BIO 4114 – Immunology

A study of the molecular, genetic, structural and cellular components of the immune system in health and disease. Basic principles of immunology focus on mammalian model systems. Topics will include both innate and adaptive aspects of immunobiology from antigen recognition, to development of lymphocyte repertoires, and evolution of immune systems. Weekly discussions will emphasize analysis of primary literature and case studies. Prerequisite: BIO 1204, 1206, 2042 and either BIO 3034, 3046 or 3065. IV