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Virtual libraries of tissue and clinical samples: potential role of a 3-D microscope.
Our international innovative teaching group from different European Universities (De Montfort University, DMU, UK; and the Spanish University of Alcalá, University Miguel Hernández and University of San Pablo CEU), in ...
Web-based learning and teaching resources for microscopic detection of human parasites.
DMU e-Parasitology (http://parasitology.dmu.ac.uk) presents novel web-based resources co-developed by EU academics at De Montfort University (DMU) for the teaching and learning of microscopic diagnoses of common and emerging ...
Applicability of the DMU e-Parasitology for teaching cell and parasite culture
De Montfort University (DMU, UK) and the Spanish University of San Pablo CEU (USP-CEU) and Miguel Hernández de Elche, are developing a complete on-line package for teaching and learning medical parasitology, named DMU ...
Teaching parasite culture through e-learning incorporating digitised 2D and 3D parasite images.
The teaching of medical parasitology is facing important challenges including the need to reverse the current downward trend in the teaching status of this science reported in developed countries, despite increasing food ...
Blended learning for teaching cell culture as part of DMU e-Parasitology.
(Alcalá de Henares: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá, 2019-09-01)
Emerging and re-emerging human parasites have become a global health threat due to different factors including globalisation, climate and vector ecology changes that have highlighted the necessity of teaching human ...
Introducing medical parasitology at the University of Makeni, Sierra Leone
Capacity building in Sierra Leone (West Africa) is critical to prevent potential future outbreaks similar to the 2013-16 Ebola outbreak that had devastating effects for the country and its poorly developed healthcare ...