This course has been designed to introduce the students to the vast, fascinating, and complex field of immunology from the physiological, cellular, molecular, and clinical perspectives. We will not only learn about the development, functioning, and regulation of the innate and adaptive immune system, but also consider applied topics such as microbial strategies of immune evasion, immunodeficiencies, hypersensitivities, autoimmune disorders, cancer immunology, transplantation immunology, and vaccines. Course instruction will include problem-solving, immunology lab techniques, case study-based discussion, and discussion of primary research articles in immunology.
Offered: Alternating Fall
Two hours lecture, three hours lab