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BIOL 59500ICI Immunology of Cancer & Infectious Disease

Session Offered:

Spring Credit


For undergrads: BIOL 41500 OR 41600 OR 43800 OR 51600 OR 53700



Immunology of Cancer and Infectious disease is for advanced undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a deeper understanding of immune mechanisms in health and disease.  We will largely use primary literature to understand concepts in infection immunology (vaccination, anti-viral/anti-bacterial responses) and in cancer immunity (cold vs hot tumors, tumor microenvironment and immunotherapy). Class will contain lectures, student presentation of primary literature and expert panel discussions.



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