CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY Syllabus
Course Learning Objectives
Upon successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
- Analyze clinical immunology topics
- Describe the immune response in relation to different disease etiologies
- Explain immune-based disease management and Case Report interpretation
- Define immune-based approach to vaccine development
- Analyze different immune-based diseases, causes, diagnosis and therapies
Course DescriptionLectures and student-led discussions survey methods for evaluating immune competence and immune function; the immunocompromised host, including congenital and acquired immunodeficiencies such as AIDS; applications of immunogenetics; human transplantation; cancer immunology; allergic and autoimmune disease processes; and prophylaxis of infectious diseases, including vaccines and vaccine development.
Intended AudienceGraduate Students (MSc & PhD candidates) in health science fields, Med. students, Physicians and other health care professionals.
Methods of AssessmentStudent evaluation based on mid-term and final exams, a one-page precis, and an oral presentation.
Prerequisitesa course in Basic Immunology or an equivalent
Please see the course Session for a full list of dates and items for this course.
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