Phcl 352: Case Studies in Immunology
The designed elective course will provide students with an overview of the diseases of the immune system, particularly of genetically inherited primary immune deficiency diseases and an insight into the functioning of the normal immune system. Moreover, this course will also illustrate the interdisciplinary mechanisms of immunity, its clinical context, and describe the immunological problems often seen in the clinics. The course is designed for two kinds of students: those specializing in other areas and want to learn enough immunology to gain access to the experimental literature and those with a particular interest in immunology as preparation for an advanced immunology course.
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