BMS 375 - Immunology
 
(4 cr.) This course entails a study of the basic principles and regulatory mechanisms of the immune response in mammals, in particular, the human immune response. Innate defenses along with cellular and humoral immune defense mechanisms are studied in detail. Abnormal immune system function is explored via study of: immune deficiency states, hypersensitivity and autoimmune disease. Vaccines, tissue transplantation and the immunology of cancer also are discussed. Students may receive credit for BMS 375 or HSC 375, but not both. Prerequisite: BMS 370; Every Year, Spring
 
Sessions

Spring 2014