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Course on Virology
Class Schedule for General Virology at Institut Pasteur of Shanghai, Chinese Academy of Sciences – Spring Semester, 2010

Time: 8:30-11:45am
Place: conference room, 4th floor, IPS
Schedule

Date Content Speaker
3/2,2010 Viral replication – RNA viruses    Tetsuya Toyada
3/2,2010 Viral replication – retroviruses and DNA viruses   Tetsuya Toyada
3/9,2010 Virus structure and taxonomy  Rong Chen
3/9,2010 Viral entry and un-coating  Rong Chen
3/16,2010 History of virus research  Vincent Deubel
3/16, 2010 Biosafety in virology laboratory  Vincent Deubel
3/23,2010 Viral assembly and egress  Rong Chen
3/23,2010 Virus-host cell interaction   Jin Zhong
3/30,2010 Viral pathogenesis Paul Zhou
3/30,2010 Cell transformation by viruses  Paul Zhou
4/6,2010 Escaping from immune system by viruses Zhong Huang
4/6,2010 Vaccines against viral diseases  Zhong Huang
4/13,2010 Basic virology techniques Tetsuya Toyada
4/13,2010 Anti-viral drug therapy  Tetsuya Toyada
4/20,2010 Innate immune responses to viruses  Qibing Leng
4/20,2010 Adaptive immune responses to viruses  Qibing Leng
4/27,2010 Viral epidemiology Vincent Deubel 
4/27,2010 Virus diagnosis  Vincent Deubel 
5/4,2010 Picornaviridae Jin Zhong
5/4,2010 Reoviridae  Jin Zhong
5/11,2010 Flaviridae: JEV, DV, YFV, WNV  Jin Zhong
5/11,2010 Hepatitis C virus  Jin Zhong
5/23,2010 Rhabdoviridae and Filoviridae   Jianhua Wang
5/23,2010 Coronaviridae  Bing Sun 
5/25,2010 Paramyxoviridea  Tetsuya Toyada
5/25,2010 Orthomyxoviridae  Tetsuya Toyada
6/1,2010 Polymaviridae and Papillomaviridae Yan Zhang 
6/1,2010 Adenoviridae Yan Zhang 
6/8,2010 Herpesviridae I: HSV, EBV, CMV  Lan Ke
6/8,2010 Herpesviridae II: VZV, HHV6, HHV7, and KSHV Lan Ke
6/12,2010 Poxiviridae Lan Ke
6/12,2010 Hepadnaviridae and unclassified agents: HBV, Lan Ke
6/22,2010 Retrovirridae: HTLV-1, HTLV-2 and HIV Jianhua Wang
6/22,2010 Viral vectors for gene delivery  Paul Zhou
6/29,2010 Examination  

References:
Field’s Virology 5th edition (2006)
CDC-NIH Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories 4th edition (1999)

Notes from the course coordinator: 
1) The above class schedule is based on 17 week’s semester.  There are two classes per week and each class lasts one and half an hour with 10 minute’s break. Due to the time constrain, the following virus families which have potential medical importance are not included: Caliciviridae, Astroviridae, Arterviridae, Bunyaviridae, Arenaviridae, and Bornaviridae.

2) Each instructor will provide two examination questions related to the subjects to be taught before or on June 10, 2010.  The course coordinator will select 10 questions to formulate the examination.

3) One open-book examination will hold on June 29,2010.  The students will be free to consult the textbooks and the lecture notes, etc. but not to each other during the examination.
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