Immunology (IMM)

IMM 595  Special Topics  (1-6 credit hours)  

Typically offered in Fall only

IMM 705  Immunotoxicology  (2 credit hours)  

Concepts in the study of adverse effects of chemicals on the immune system, including allergic responses, autoimmunity and immunosuppression. Significance of immunotoxic effects resulting from environmental or workplace exposure. Role of immunotoxicity in risk assessment.

Prerequisite: TOX 701

Typically offered in Spring only

IMM 751/MB 751  Immunology  (3 credit hours)  

Introduction to mechanisms of immunity in man and animals. Emphasis on interactions between cells of the immune system in production of immune responses and the molecules in control of these interactions.

Prerequisite: BCH 451, GN 411, MB 351

Typically offered in Spring only

IMM 757/PO 757  Comparative Immunology  (3 credit hours)  

Compare and contrast the immune system structure and function of animal species of agricultural and veterinary significance with that of humans and traditional biomedical model organisms. Discuss key evolutionary differences, how different species use different mechanisms to achieve the same outcomes, and the clinical implications for these differences.

Prerequisite: MB 751 or MB 441 or BIO 414

Typically offered in Spring only

IMM 783/MB 783/CBS 783  Advanced Immunology  (3 credit hours)  

In depth study of the basic cellular and molecular mechanisms of immunity, including antigen processing and presentation, T cell development, initiation of the immune response, effector mechanisms, and immunological memory. The course is designed for advanced graduate students who wish to focus on the current concepts in immunology.

Prerequisite: MB (IMM) 751

Typically offered in Fall only

IMM 795  Special Topics  (1-6 credit hours)  

Typically offered in Fall only