Biology | Immunology Lecture
L321 | 5200 | Nelson, D
Course Format: Lecture
Principles of immunology surveys mechanisms of innate and adaptive
immunity in mammals, with special emphasis on the human immune
system and human responses to infectious disease. The course is
appropriate for biology majors interested in pathobiology and for
other students who plan to pursue advanced degrees in health related
professions and or health related research. Although this course
has no specific requirements other than introductory biology,
previous coursework in cell biology, organic chemistry and
biochemistry is useful.
Weekly reading assignments. Three interim exams, and a comprehensive
final. Additional term paper for cross-listed graduate course.