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Medical Sciences (MEDS)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available; phone (323) 442-4300.
- D class assignments for graduate students available; phone (323) 442-3141.
Individual research and readings. Recommended preparation: MEDS 300 and MEDS 360. Not available for graduate credit.Prerequisite: BISC 220 or BISC 221) and CHEM 103 or CHEM 105a or CHEM115a.
- Prerequisite: 1 from (BISC 220 or BISC 221) and 1 from (CHEM 103 or CHEM 105a or CHEM 115a)
- Note: Clinical and fundamental research in an organized structure at Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. Students required to provide their own transportation to CHLA. Advanced students only. You must have taken MEDS 490 CHLA in a previous semester. Email Eli Chau at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (323)-442-4300 to get departmental clearance.
|41420D||206||2.0-4.0||Lecture||3:00-6:00pm||Friday||0 of 10||Danica Liberman|
|41410D||206||2.0-6.0||Lecture||3:00-5:00pm||Friday||1 of 10||Joyce Richey|
Evaluation of government and nongovernment organizations new global health responses, and critical issues affecting global health including: environment, workforce conditions, obesity, nutrition, drugs, poverty.
|41434D||050||Lecture||9:00-12:50pm||Tue, Thu||18 of 25||Gilda Noori||MCH256|
Better understand the key issues impacting global oral health, how better care can help reduce the disease prevalence, and ways to prepare the next generation of global health leaders to address the key issues. Open only to Global Medicine majors.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Global Medicine
|41355D||050||Lecture||8:00-11:50am||Mon, Fri||14 of 30||Daniel Khorshad||TBA|
Background information on a group of infections that are transmitted via animal contact. Understanding of the epidemiology, clinical manifestations, treatment, and impact of the diseases on the economies of the countries in which they are found. Recommended preparation: MEDS 500. Open only to graduate students.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Master Student, Professional Year 1, Doctoral Student, Graduate Visitor
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Introduction to the role that film, television, and the media play in shaping public perceptions of health, including strategies to reach populations with medical insight in non-traditional ways.
|41353D||050||Lecture||9:00-10:50am||Tue, Thu||8 of 45||William Cherniak||MCH156|
Fundamentals of entrepreneurship applied to global health issues and programming including: idea conception, marketing, global health ethics, and other components related to business start-ups.
|41351D||050||Lecture||1:00-2:50pm||Tue, Thu||16 of 45||William Cherniak||MCH156|
Research leading to the master's degree. Maximum units which may be applied to the degree to be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.
|41364D||050||1.0-4.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 15||Elahe Nezami||OFFICE|
Internship course on the use of new technology based on sensors and wireless communications to the healthcare industry. Open only to M.S., Electrical Engineering (Wireless Health Technology) students. Graded CR/NC.
|41365D||050||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 5||Elahe Nezami||OFFICE|
Internship course on the use of new technology based on sensors and wireless communications to the healthcare industry. Continues material from GM-597a. Open only to M.S., Electrical Engineering (Wireless Health Technology) students. Graded CR/NC.
- Prerequisite: MEDS 597a
|41366D||050||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 5||Elahe Nezami||OFFICE|
Lecture and discussion focused on specific topics within global medicine. Course topic will vary from semester to semester.
|Healthcare in Resource-Limited Settings|
|41356D||050||2.0||Lecture||11:00-12:50pm||Mon, Wed||38 of 45||Benjamin La Brot||MCH156|
|Current Issues in Law and Medicine|
|41367D||050||2.0||Lecture||1:00-2:50pm||Mon, Wed||40 of 45||Mansour Rostami||MCH156|