MICROBIOLOGY
Course Length : Regular - 90 Days, Fastrack - 60 Days
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Course Location : Hyderabad, India
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Syllabus


Advanced Module (Course Duration: Regular: 60 days / Crash: 40 days)
  1. INTRODUCTION
  1. BASIC CONCEPTS
    1. Sterilization techniques
    2. Microbiological culture media and its importance
    3. Isolation of microorganisms from soil air and water
    4. Pure culture preparation
    5. Staining techniques
  1. BIOCHEMICAL TESTS
  1. GROWTH CURVE
  1. INDUCTION OF MUTATIONS
    1. Physical mutagenesis
    2. Chemical mutagenesis
  1. MUTATIONAL STUDIES BY REPLICA PLATING
  1. BACTERIAL CONJUGATION
  1. SCREENING FOR IMPORTANT ORGANISMS
  1. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGI
  1. PRODUCTION OF SECONDARY METABOLITES
  1. ANALYSIS OF METABOLITES
    1. Chromatography
    2. Solvent extraction
  1. ANTIBIOTIC ASSAY
  1. TITRIMETRIC ESTIMATION OF ORGANIC ACID
  1. SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF ENZYME PROTEIN.
  1. MICROBIAL ANALYSIS OF MILK.
  1. WATER ANALYSIS
 
 
Basic Module (Course Duration: Regular: 30 days / Crash: 40 days)
  1. INTRODUCTION
  1. BASIC CONCEPTS
    1. Sterilization techniques
    2. Microbiological culture media and its importance
    3. Isolation of microorganisms from soil air and water
    4. Pure culture preparation
    5. Staining techniques
  1. BIOCHEMICAL TESTS
  1. GROWTH CURVE
  1. MUTATIONAL STUDIES BY REPLICA PLATING
  1. BACTERIAL CONJUGATION
  1. SCREENING FOR DESIRED ORGANISMS
  1. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGI
  1. PRODUCTION OF SECONDARY METABOLITES
  1. ANTIBIOTIC ASSAY
 
 
Preparatory Module (Regular: 15 days / Crash: 40 days)
  1. INTRODUCTION
  1. BASIC CONCEPTS
    1. Sterilization techniques
    2. Microbiological culture media and its importance
    3. Isolation of microorganisms from soil air and water
    4. Pure culture preparation
    5. Staining techniques
  1. BIOCHEMICAL TESTS
  1. GROWTH CURVE
  1. MUTATIONAL STUDIES BY REPLICA PLATING
  1. SCREENING FOR DESIRED ORGANISMS
  1. ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGI
  1. ANTIBIOTIC ASSAY
 

Overview

 
This course will introduce the fundamental concepts used in the design of clinical trials and
statistical methodology associated with trial data analysis.At the end of this course students should know how to draft selected sections of a protocol that involve biostatistical issues, should know how to read critically the results of a clinical trial as Published in the literature, and should be able to understand the public health implications of
Clinical trials
 

Eligibility

 
  • Ph.Ds in any science discipline
  • Postgraduates with specialization in any of the areas of molecular biology, genetics, microbiology, structural biology, genetics, chemistry, physics, statistics and biotechnology.
  • B. Pharm, M. Pharm, MBBS, MD, BE/B. Tech, ME/M.Tech etc.
  • Final year students of the above courses as a part of fulfilling their project work.
  • Students looking for Research opportunities abroad.
  • Research Scholars in any areas of life & chemical sciences.
  • Bachelors in Biotechnology, Microbiology, Bioinformatics, Life sciences, Biochemistry, Zoology, Botany and related discipline.
 

Course Goal

 
Introduce the fundamental concepts used in the design of Phase I-III clinical trials including
endpoint determination, randomization, blinding, power, and interim stopping rules.

Present key statistical issues that need to be considered when interpreting clinical trial results especially as they pertain to public health. introduce statistical methodology associated with the analysis of data from clinical trials including factorial designs, crossover designs, prevention trials, and group randomized trials
 
 
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