((Previously offered as 347.2)
This course covers advanced topics in immunology and deals with both innate and adaptive immune responses. Discussions of special topics are based on published reviews and research articles. The course also examines clinical aberrations of the immune system and a detailed analysis of the involvement of the immune parameters in either augmenting or initiating a disease. Emerging clinical applications of immunological research are also discussed.
Prerequisites: MCRM 1410 or MCRM 2010
Lectures and discussion: 2 hrs/wk. Letter-graded.