Courses Details

EPID609 Vaccines in Public Health

  • Graduate level
  • Winter term(s)
  • 3 Credit Hour(s)
  • Instructor(s): Yang, Zhenhua
  • Last offered Winter 2016
  • Prerequisites: EHS 513 or equiv.
  • Description: Vaccines represent the most cost-effective medial intervention that has made a major effect on mortality reduction and population growth. This course will cover the epidemiological, statistical, biological, microbiologic, immunological principles, approaches and methods used in vaccine development and vaccination program design. Through a detailed discussion of the pathobiology, epidemiology, vaccine, and vaccination program design of a selected group of vaccine preventable diseases, the course will introduce the students to the major types of infectious diseases defined by the types of pathogens, the different transmission mechanisms of infectious diseases, the concept of population transmission dynamics, and the basic types of population effects of vaccination. Current issues and challenges in vaccine development and immunization practice will als be discussed.
U-M School of Public Health Courses

We're sorry, the page you were seeking at U-M SPH was not found.

The requested URL may have been:

  • Moved or renamed when our site was updated
  • Mistyped
  • Referred from a website that had an outdated link

We recommend using the search box above, or browsing from the University of Michigan School of Public Health Homepage or viewing our course descriptions.

Contact Information

  • - Admissions and general inquiries
  • - Communications and media inquiries
  • - Technical Support