Welcome to Killer MicroED!

This site contains high-yield resources on microbiology, infectious diseases, and antibiotics for students, trainees, and educators.

  • Learn basic microbiology & infectious diseases (see Practice Questions).
  • Learn or review antibiotics.
  • Practice your clinical management skills in Interactive Clinical Experiences (ICEs).
  • Share these resources for educational purposes.


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      • I am a member of the UNPHU, and I was with you the last weekend. What worries me most is how to apply the system to “team learning” in students who are not in Basic Sciences and have never had this experience.
        This week I plan to do a section of “Learning in teams,” but I noticed I made a mistake because I asked the course were divided into groups. Tomorrow, the divide like you. They did with us randomly.
        In the academic level of my students (they have already taught basic science) and should make multiple choice questions on exams? Thank you

        • Hi–Team-based Learning can be used in almost any setting, including basic science. You must devise questions that prompt critical thinking, which is the big challenge. I am not sure I understand your question, “…make multiple choice questions on exams.” Please feel free to email me directly! rj216@cumc.columbia.edu Thank you!

  1. Hi Rachel! I was wondering if there is a way to subscribe to your blog? I teach Microbiology and would love to automatically receive updates, but can’t seem to find a way to subscribe. Thank you!

    • Hi! I just added you as a subscriber. Probably won’t have too many updates until July-September. Thanks! Rachel

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