BMS 596 - Immunology of Infectious Diseases
 
(3 cr.) This graduate-level course examines the principal aspects of immune response to all types of infectious agents, with an emphasis on the immune system primarily as a host defense system. Students explore how the dialogue between different types of pathogen and the host immune system works, as well as the cross talk between the different members of the immune response. Infection is an encounter between a microbe and the host. In contrast to topics such as pathogenic microbiology, this course is aimed at the host side of the interaction, both from the innate immune response and the acquired immune response. Autoimmunity, sometimes a side effect of infectious disease, also is discussed. Upper-level undergraduates may take course with permission. Every Other Year, Fall
 
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