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James Brandt, MS
Assistant Professor, Clinical Laboratory Science
School of Allied Health Professions
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3/2014 - 6/2014

CLSM 328 Clinical and Pathogenic Microbiology II


Nature and control of microorganisms encountered in clinical material and at various anatomical sites. Emphasis on antimicrobial agents, mycology, and virology, including hepatic viruses and HIV/AIDS. Lecture and Laboratory. 5 quarter Units

1/2014 - 3/2014

CLSM 327 Clinical and Pathogenic Microbiology I.


Introduction to microbiological concepts, leading to an in-depth study of the major groups of pathogenic bacteria and their relationship to human disease. Emphasis on clinical laboratory identification methods and procedures. 30hrs. lecture/60hrs. laboratory

1/2014 - 6/2014

Microbiology AHCJ 241-241


A course designed for students in the Health Sciences. Topics include history, classification, morphology, growth, control, transmission and pathology of selected bacteria, viruses, fungi, rickettsia and parasites. Attention will be given to host defenses against microbial pathogens, including specific and non-specific immunity. Prerequisite: A college level chemistry course. (77 hours of lecture/laboratory) NOTE: Students register for 2.5 units during the Winter Quarter 2006 and 2.5 units during the Spring Quarter 2006. An IP grade will be assigned at the end of the Winter Quarter. A final course grade will be given at the completion of the Spring Quarter 2006. This prerequisite course is available to students who have made application to a Loma Linda University degree program or those who are concurrently enrolled in a degree program. Students can also register as a special student upon consent of the instructor. A $75 lab fee will be assessed in each quarter.

9/2013 - 12/2013

CLSM 307 Medical Parasitology


Medically important parasites: Life cycles, clinical features, infective diagnostic stages. Demonstrations, slide studies, and diagnostic procedures. Lecture and laboratory