Microbiology deals with the study of microorganisms that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. This includes bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa and algae, and are collectively known as 'microbes'. Generally they are categorized into unicellular, multicellular and acellular organisms.
This course covers the structural and functional organisation of these microorganisms, primarily bacteria followed by fungi and viruses. We have also classified medically important bacteria in the form of separate lectures. This course gives a special focus on the parthenogenesis and host defense mechanisms. Whole curriculum is specially designed to cover needs of all students from different parts of world. One part of this course focuses on mechanism of antibiotic resistance and evolution of super bugs. Medically important Fungal and protozoans diseases are also discussed in this course.
Our aim is to cover the curriculum of microbiology for medical studies all over the world.