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1 PUBLIC HEALTH PARASITOLOGY PHC 6513 Syllabus, Spring Semester 2014 Location: Conference Room and the Don Price Lab, William G. Doc Myers Building, 3602 Spectrum Blvd (see map below) Course Director: Professor Dennis E. Kyle, PhD ( ; Graduate Assistant: Ala Azhari ( ); Course Description: The focus of this course is on human diseases caused by parasitic infections, with emphasis on diseases of public health importance. Topics covered include the biology, geographical distribution, sources of infections, life cycles, route(s) of transmission, clinical disease, and control/preventive measures. Date: Lecture: Lab: Jan 6 Introduction (Chapter 1) Introduction & Safety Trematodes (Chapters 9 10) Trematodes Jan 13 Trematodes (Chapter 11) Trematodes Jan 20 MLK Holiday (no class) Jan 27 Cestodes (Chapter 12 13) Cestodes Literature review #1 Due Feb 3 Cestodes (Chapter 14) Cestodes & Intestinal Nematodes (Chapter 15 16) Nematodes Feb 10 Blood & Tissue Nematodes (Chapter 17) Nematodes Feb 17 MID TERM EXAM (25%) Feb 24 LAB PRACTICUM (15%) Mar 3 Lumen dwelling Protozoa (Chapters 3 4) Lumen Protozoa Mar 10 Spring Break (No Class)

2 Mar 17 Lumen Protozoa Part 2 (Chapter 5) Lumen Protozoa Literature Review #2 Due Mar 24 Malaria (Chapter 7) Malaria Mar 31 Blood & Tissue Protozoa (Chapter 8) Blood & Tissue Protozoa Apr 7 Host Parasite Interactions (Chapter 2) All Protozoa Literature Review #3 Due Apr 14 Arthropods as Parasites Review session Apr 21 No lecture Final Lab Practicum (15%) Apr 28 FINAL EXAM (30%) Required Textbook: Human Parasitology by Bogitsch, Carter, & Oeltmann (4 th Ed.) Some material and terms presented in the lecture and lecture material may differ from the textbook; corrections will be provided during lectures, but note that for exam purposes the terms and concepts presented in the lecture prevail. (Note: You may use this text during your lab practical exams). Textbook Companion Materials: The publisher provides free access to Powerpoint slides from the textbook. The material is available at (Note: If a login ID/Password is requested, click cancel and ppt files will be available.) Required Lab Manual: A lab manual has been prepared especially for this class. The manual includes examples of all the parasite life cycles emphasized during the course, information on specific labs, and photomicrographs of parasites that will be useful for lab work and for the lab practical exams. (Note: You may use this text during your lab practical exams). The lab manual is available via the College of Public Health through a new online system. Go to and following the link to the College of Public Health; make the selection for the PH Parasitology Lab Manual and record your confirmation number. Then you may pick up the manual at the COPH Copy Center (COPH building, 2 nd floor next to elevator). (Please note this may not be available until Jan. 7, 2013 and that the cost of the manual is for printing and binding the material. The instructor nor COPH make any profit on the lab manuals.) Recommended Reading: If you enjoy the topics covered in this class, listed below are some additional reading materials that many students find interesting.

3 Microbe Hunters by Paul de Kruif (continuously in print since 1926) New Guinea Tapeworms and Jewish Grandmothers Tales of Parasites and People, by Robert Desowitz (Norton, NY & London, 1987) Recommended Web Sites: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Laboratory Identification of Parasites of Public Health Concern particularly good for studying for lab practicals! state.edu/parasitology/ Parasitology page by Steve Upton state.edu/parasitology/546tutorials/titlepage.html?redirect=index particularly good for studying for lab practicals! Grading Policy: A mid term exam (25%), a mid term lab practicum (15%), three written literature reviews (15%), a final lab practicum (15%), and the final exam (30%) will count towards the final grade. The MID TERM and FINAL EXAM will contain multiple choice, true/false, and essay questions. More than one answer may be correct in the multiple choice questions; format examples will be provided before the first exam. The written one page literature reviews should be typed (double spaced) pages long; the subject of the review will be one reference on a subject in parasitology of your own choice. The literature reviews are due on the dates noted above in the course schedule. Grades will be a letter grade: A, B, C, D or F. Exams will be given in the same room as the lectures; whereas, lab practical exams will be held in the Price Lab. For lab practical exams students may use the recommended texts, notes, and/or lab handouts. The following items are not allowed to be used at any time during an exam: cell phone; pager; any electronic device capable of transmitting text, voice, or images; or any digital storage device. Possession of such device(s) during an exam will result in an F for the exam. ALL MATERIAL COVERED IN REQUIRED READINGS, LECTURES, LABS, AND PRESENTATIONS MAY BE EXAMINED. STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR TAKING LECTURE NOTES IN THE ABSENCE OF HANDOUTS FROM INSTRUCTOR. Lecture notes in the form of pdf documents will be posted to blackboard no later than 12:00 on the day of class; if notes are posted after this deadline the instructor will provide copies for the students at the beginning of the lecture. Attendance Policy: Although attendance will not be taken, students are responsible for all material covered in lectures and labs. Students must notify the instructor well in advance for any planned absences, especially for written exams and lab practical exams. In the event of an unexpected emergency or illness, please notify the instructor as soon as practical if you will

4 miss an exam. Due to the current concerns over pandemic H1N1 flu, USF will discourage students with flu like illness from attending class. Appointments: Students may phone or e mail to schedule appointments with the instructor ( ; or the graduate assistant ( ; For more prompt attention please include PHC 6513 or Public Health Parasitology in the subject line on the e mail message. Students may contact Melissa Bayley at ( to schedule appointments with the instructor. Laboratory Safety: Lab sessions will be held in the Donald Price Laboratory, also in the Doc Myers Building. This is a working laboratory and students must adhere to lab safety procedures. Specific lab safety issues will be addressed during the introduction session. Laboratory Attire: Students are not allowed to wear sandals, flip flops, or open toe shoes in the laboratory! Security: The William G. Doc Myers Building is a secure facility. Students must show their USF identification card or a government issued photo ID card (eg, driver license) to the security guard to enter the building. A class roster will be available at the security desk to sign in and out. No mobile phones with cameras are allowed into the lab section of the building. Parasitology Journals: The journals listed below are a good source of articles for the required literature reviews. Students may use any peer reviewed journal as the source for written literature reviews (see separate instructions for preparation of literature reviews). Acta Parasitologica Acta Tropica American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Emerging Infectious Diseases Folia Parasitologica International Journal for Parasitology Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology Journal of Parasitology Journal of Wildlife Diseases Korean Journal of Parasitology Malaria Journal Medical and Veterinary Entomology Microbes and Infection Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology Parasite Parasite Immunology Parasitology Parasitology International

5 PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases PLoS Pathogens Trends in Parasitology Objectives: The course objectives are tied to the core competencies of the MPH curriculum with an emphasis on Global communicable Diseases. These core competencies are listed below, with emphasis (noted with green highlight) on objectives covered in this course. Following the final lecture we will review these competencies and discuss how each one was met during this course. 1. Interpret the natural history of disease causing parasites, bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other organisms of major public health concern, as well as the disease processes and clinical manifestations caused by those infectious organisms; 2. Identify the appropriate diagnosis, epidemiology, surveillance, control, treatment and prevention of communicable diseases; 3. Describe the natural human defenses, the appropriate use of diagnostic techniques and serological surveillance, and the role of preventative interventions and treatments such as vaccines and antibiotics against communicable diseases; 4. Identify the cultural, social, and economic factors that contribute to the incidence and prevalence, as well as the transmission, control, treatment, and prevention of communicable disease; 5. Identify the public health conditions and problems related to the surveillance and control of communicable diseases in developing countries; 6. Apply principles of immunology, molecular biology and other essential biological sciences disciplines in the laboratory settings for research and the diagnosis, surveillance, control, treatment, and prevention of communicable diseases; and 7. Prepare and present information about communicable diseases to other members of health related professions and to members of the public in a professional and effective manner. 8. Explain factors such as biology, ecology and dynamics of arthropod vector populations that affect transmission of specific communicable diseases such as malaria and dengue Additional Important Information: In addition to the course syllabus, the USF and COPH Institutional Policies also apply to this and all other courses. For your information links to this information is available in the attached document (on Syllabus page in Canvas) copied from the COPH Academic and Student Affairs website: ( 20Policies%20Resources.pdf) Students in need of academic accommodations for a disability may consult with the office of Students with Disabilities Services to arrange for appropriate accommodations. Students are required to give reasonable notice prior to requesting an accommodation.

6 Acknowledgements: The instructor gratefully acknowledges the contribution of slides and other material used in the course: Dr. Boo Kwa (USF), Dr. John Adams (USF), Dr. Donald Price (USF), and Dr. Gayle Noblet (Clemson). Most of the material used for the lab sessions comes from the extensive collections Dr. Price made in Africa, Asia, and Florida during his distinguished career. Parking: Parking is free in front of the Doc Myers Building (during class hours only). The building is located at 3602 Spectrum Blvd (marked DOH on map) ).

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