Deals with cells, organs, development, interactions and the functioning (infectious process, immunodeficiency, hypersensitivity reactions, transplantation and tumor immunology) of the innate and the adaptive immune system. Prerequisites: One semester of biochemistry, one semester of organic chemistry.
One semester of Biochemistry as a prerequisite or instructor permission; Open to Degree and CDE students
This undergraduate course will serve as an extensive overview of key fundamental concepts in immunology, including cells and functions of the innate and adaptive immune system, antibodies, cytokines, barriers, etc. Additionally, we will explore the role of the immune system (and its therapeutic manipulation) in disease states , e.g. vaccination, allergy, autoimmunity, immune deficiency, and cancer.
Aiken Center 102 (View Campus Map)
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