260.854.01 CURRENT LITERATURE IN MICROBIAL IMMUNITY
Reviews and discusses, in depth, current publications in the field of microbial immunity, with emphasis on the areas of innate/adaptive immunity, pathogenesis, and vaccination.
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Critically evaluate instructor selected scientific literature in microbial immunity, vaccine immunology, and regulation of the immune response with a primary focus on contemporary literature. 2. Assess a wide variety of experimental methods and approaches used to measure cellular and humoral immunity to microbial challenge. 3. Develop skills and strategies to critically evaluate the primary literature in terms of hypothesis testing, the suitability of experimental approach, and conclusions as they relate to established immunological paradigms. 4. Develop student oral presentation skills.
- Wednesday 1:30 - 2:50
Principles of Immunology I