Sophomores, please read me: If you consider yourself a Sophomore in academic year 2021-22 and the IntroSems' VCA shows you in a different cohort (i.e., Frosh or Junior), please make a note of your correct cohort within your statement of interest. It is not possible to change the cohort field in the IntroSems' VCA, but the instructor will see your note when they build their class.
IntroSems quarters and schedules subject to change--check back often. Visit Re-Approaching Stanford for the latest updates on Academic Year 2021-22.
Globally Emerging Zoonotic Diseases
This seminar will target and present globally significant zoonotic diseases (e.g. influenza, plague, rabies, leptosirosis, etc.) in the context of animal, human, and environmental health—"One Health." We will examine etiology, pathology, disease transmission patterns, demographic/social/economic impacts, and control strategies. Lectures and background reading by leading experts in the fields of microbiology, animal and human health, and ecology will provide a platform for your learning, which will be further reinforced (and challenged) via lively classroom discussions. In addition to classroom participation, you will be expected to complete a classroom presentation, essay, and comprehensive final examination.