SEMINAR TOPICS

  1. Timeline of COVID-19 outbreak, spread, morbidity and mortality around the globe.
  2. Understanding the biological and molecular dynamics of emerging diseases.
  3. COVID-19: An emerging pandemic.
  4. COVID-19: An emerging viral disease.
  5. X-raying the natural host and/or reservoir of the causative agent of COVID-19.
  6. Overview of n-coronavirus.
  7. Significance of biopreparedness in a changing society.
  8. COVID—19, a biothreat or natural infection.
  9. Microbiology, pathophysiology, laboratory diagnosis and clinical signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  10. Overview of Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry
  11. Pathogenesis, epidemiology, biology and prevention and control of Listeria monocytogenes infection
  12. Overview of recent cure techniques and vaccine development for HIV/AIDS
  13. Molecular mechanisms of antibiotic resistance
  14. Candida auris: molecular mechanisms of its antibiotic resistance
  15. Importance of probiotics, synbiotics and prebiotics in maintaining the gut flora and health
  16. Update on the mechanisms of action of organisms involved in the microbiome of the gut
  17. Overview of microorganisms used for the industrial production of antibiotics
  18. Entomopathogens and their importance in pest control and food security
  19. Genetically modified foods (GMFs) and their significance in ensuring food security
  20. Overview of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
  21. Saccharomyces cerevisiae and its significance in the industry
  22. The stages involved in beer production
  23. Significance Lactobacillus species in the food industry
  24. Biology, virulence, pathogenicity, epidemiology and treatment of Vibrio cholerae infection
  25. Overview of autoantibodies and autoimmunity
  26. Types, structure and importance of antibodies
  27. Overview of polyclonal antibodies and monoclonal antibodies
  28. Antiretrovirals, their types and clinical applications
  29. Co-infection of Schistosoma haematobium and Schistosoma bovis
  30. Importance of genomics and proteomics in clinical diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases
  31. Clostridium difficile: Biology, pathogenesis, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and control
  32. Overview of zika virus infection
  33. Overview of Ebola virus infection
  34. Overview of Chikungunya virus infection
  35. Significance of Helicobacter pylori in ulcerative infections of humans
  36. Bacillus thuringiensis, an important bacterium for anti-insecticidal development
  37. Propionibacterium acne, and its implication in skin infections
  38. Overview of normal mycoflora
  39. Overview of normal bacterial flora
  40. Otitis media infection and otitis externa infection: causes, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and control
  41. Rheumatoid arthritis: causes, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and control
  42. Primary lymphoid organ and secondary lymphoid organs: an update on their immunological importance
  43. Mycoses: types, causes, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention
  44. An update on the microbiology of oral infection
  45. Halitosis: causes, treatment and prevention
  46. Overview of quorum sensing
  47. Overview of biofilm formation in microbes
  48. Overview of cerebral malaria
  49. Overview of multidrug resistant bacteria
  50. Overview of medicinal plants and their importance in novel drug discovery
  51. Significance of nanotechnology and nanomedicine in drug discovery
  52. Definition and importance of gene therapy techniques in treatment of non-infectious diseases
  53. Overview of cell culture techniques
  54. Urinary tract infections (UTIs): causes, laboratory diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control
  55. Overview of lysogenic cycle and lytic cycle of viral replication
  56. Overview of Chagas disease
  57. Overview of Onchocerciasis
  58. Overview of schistosomiasis
  59. Importance of DNA microarray technique in infectious diseases diagnosis
  60. Overview of the industrial applications and significance of biosurfactants
  61. Importance of surfactants in the industry
  62. Importance of aseptic technique in the clinical microbiology laboratory
  63. Botulism: causes, pathogenicity, laboratory diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control
  64. Overview of food intoxication
  65. Overview of food poisoning
  66. Overview of mycotoxins and their types
  67. Aspergillus flavus and its effects in the food industry
  68. Importance of chromogenic agar in microbiological analysis
  69. Significance of mutagenesis in the industry
  70. Overview of Girdiasis
  71. Importance of liposomes in pharmaceutical industry
  72. Overview of extended spectrum beta lactamases (ESBLs)
  73. Overview of metallo beta lactamases (MBLs)
  74. Overview of AmpC enzymes
  75. Overview of zoonotic infections
  76. Overview of nosocomial infections
  77. And update on Bioterrorism and Biosurveillance
  78. Categories of organisms implicated in bioterrorism and their control
  79. Overview of microscopy, types and their individual importance
  80. Flagellation types and their importance in pathogenesis and virulence of microbes
  81. Paragonimus westermani: vector, pathogenesis, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prevention
  82. Sterilization techniques used in the industries
  83. Overview of the biosafety laminar flow cabinet (the hood)
  84. Overview of sulphate reducing bacteria (SRB)
  85. Evolution of resistance in sulphate reducing bacteria (SRB)
  86. Overview of microbially induced corrosion (MIC)
  87. Overview of biocorrosion
  88. Overview of biocide resistance
  89. The future of nanotized drugs in efficient drug delivery, treatment and improved prognosis
  90. Overview of hazard analysis and critically control point (HACCP)
  91. Overview of bioinformations
  92. Introductory bioinformatics
  93. Bioinformatics and its importance in medicine
  94. Bioinformatics and its significance in disease diagnosis
  95. Bioinformatics and its importance in biomedical research
  96. Isolation, culture and identification techniques of viruses
  97. Overview of disinfectants
  98. Overview of antimicrobial agents
  99. Overview of plasmids and their importance in molecular biology research
  100. Overview of lichens
  101. Overview of endophytes
  102. Overview of the microbes found in the rhizosphere
  103. Lichens and their significance in drug discovery
  104. Overview of immunohistochemistry techniques
  105. Overview of HIV reservoir cells and sites in the body
  106. Pathophysiology of HIV/AIDS infection
  107. Overview of the T cell subpopulations
  108. Eutrophication: causes, consequences and control
  109. Overview of good manufacturing practices (GMPs) and good laboratory practices (GLPs)
  110. Importance of Endophytic fungi in drug discovery and Development
  111. Significance of secondary metabolites of endophytic fungi in clinical medicine
  112. Biology, pathogenesis, Laboratory diagnosis and treatment of Candida auris infection
  113. Biology, pathogenesis, Laboratory diagnosis and treatment of Candida albicans infection
  114. Biology, pathogenesis, Laboratory diagnosis and treatment of Sporothrix schenckii infection
  115. Overview of the importance of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in the food industry
  116. Clinical implications of mycotoxins of Aspergillus flavus.
  117. Economic and clinical importance of mycotoxins.
  118. Biology, pathogenesis, treatment and control and prevention of coronavirus infection.

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