260.717.01 GRADUATE IMMUNOLOGY: THE IMMUNE RESPONSE
Presents advanced topics concerning the immunologic system; the cellular basis of the immune response; effector functions of antibody, lymphocytes, and macrophages; regulation of the immune response; and immunologic diseases. Lectures and readings develop a well-rounded view of the interrelated elements comprising the immune system.
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Survey the structure of the immune system, the molecular and cellular bases of immune recognition, the effecter functions and regulation of the immune response. 2. Relate the function of the immune system to its applications in protection, transplantation and immunological diseases. 3. Critically review articles in recent literature. 4. Gain an appreciation of the evolving nature of immunological knowledge and understanding.
- Tuesday 9:00 - 10:20
- Thursday 9:00 - 10:20
260.611-612, ME260.709, ME340.703, or consent of instructor