Courses and Workshops

Dr. Kulkarni currently teaches courses on global health and spatial epidemiology in the MSc and PhD Epidemiology programs at the School of Epidemiology & Public Health, University of Ottawa. Courses are open to students in other programs upon request.

Graduate Courses

2017-2019

Instructor, Global Health Epidemiology & Practice. University of Ottawa

Guest lecturer, Communicable Disease Epidemiology. University of Ottawa

Instructor, Directed studies: Spatial Epidemiology. University of Ottawa

2015-2016

Guest lecturer, Globalization and Health Equity. University of Ottawa

Guest lecturer, Communicable Disease Epidemiology. University of Ottawa

Instructor, Advanced Infectious Disease Epidemiologic Methods (Spatial Epidemiology module). University of Ottawa

2016-2017

Instructor, Global Health Epidemiology & Practice. University of Ottawa

Guest lecturer, Communicable Disease Epidemiology. University of Ottawa

Instructor, Directed studies: Clustered data analysis. University of Ottawa

2014-2015

Co-instructor, Communicable Disease Epidemiology. University of Ottawa

Guest lecturer, Globalization and Health Equity. University of Ottawa

Undergraduate Courses

2016-2019        

Tutor, SIM Immunization Session, UGME. University of Ottawa

2015-2016

Tutor, SIM Diagnostics Session, UGME. University of Ottawa

Tutor, SIM Immunization Session, UGME. University of Ottawa

2014-2015

Tutor, SIM Immunization Session, UGME. University of Ottawa

2009

Co-instructor, Ecology of East African Ecosystems. University of Ottawa (field course in Tanzania)

Guest lecturer, Spatial Ecology. University of Ottawa

Graduate Workshops

2014

Spatial Modeling of Vector-borne Diseases using GIS and Maxent. Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College, Tanzania

2008

Molecular Methods for Malaria Vector Incrimination. Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ), Quito, Ecuador

2006

Insecticide Resistance Genotyping of Malaria Vectors. Joint Malaria Programme, Moshi, Tanzania

2004

Molecular Methods in Entomology: Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR). Joint Malaria Programme, Moshi, Tanzania

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