MICB-584 Introduction to Microbiology & Immunology
Fall for 2014-2015
Introduction to the disciplines of microbiology and immunology through presentation and exploration of several topics of major current interest. Each lecture will begin with a broad introduction to the subject, followed by a discussion of how the topic has been approached experimentally and the impact of recent advances. Potential topics covered include: antigen presentation, natural killer cells, development of antifungal therapeutics, commensal bacteria and the immune system, and host responses to viral infection and viral countermeasures.
Credits: 1
Prerequisites: None
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