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Instructor: Tom Feldbush
No image available Biography: Tom Feldbush PhD spent his academic career teaching and doing research in immunology. He came to ECU as the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies. After retiring he returned to the faculty and developed a course focusing on the impact of major epidemic events in world history.

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The course is designed to give you background on immunology and study two diseases that had great impacts on society: Black Plague and influenza. The Black Plague dramatically reduced the world population and retarded the intellectual and cultural development during the Middle Ages. Influenza, identified during the First World War, continues to the present time. How might these diseases provide insight into other emerging diseases such as SARS and Zika?
November 13-20, 2017, Self Help Center, 100H (seats remaining)