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January 25-29, 2016: Laboratory Methods for Detecting Rabies Virus (PHS) - Atlanta, GA
March 29 - April 1, 2016: Diagnostic Mycobacteriology (PHS) - Atlanta, GAMay 17-19, 2016: Laboratory Identification of Emerging Pathogenic Molds - Atlanta, GA
May 23- 24, 2016 or May 25 - 26,2016: Typing, Subtyping and Genotyping Influenza Using the CDC Flu rRT-PCR Dx Panel - Atlanta, GA
DIAGNOSTIC PARASITOLOGY I: INTESTINAL ORGANISMS & ARTHROPODSAPRIL 19 —22, 2016 • CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION • ATLANTA, GA
Diagnosis of most parasitic infections is based upon the morphologic characteristics of eggs and larvae of helminths, cysts and trophozoites of protozoa, and immature and adult arthropods. Therefore, it is necessary to correctly process, examine, detect, and identify parasitic organisms from clinical specimens. During this four-day, intermediate-level, hands-on workshop, faculty from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will instruct participants in how to detect and identify medically important intestinal helminths, intestinal protozoa, and arthropods.
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SAVE THE DATESArthropod Ectoparasites 6/22-24/2016Diagnostic Parasitology I: Intestinal Organisms & Arthropods 7/19-22/2016Diagnostic Parasitology II: Bloodborne & Tissue Parasites 9/20-23/2016
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