Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences


MEDSCI 314 - Immunology

15 Points

Semester 2
Grafton

Description


The biology, cellular and molecular events underlying the immune response. The nature and characteristics of antibody-mediated and cell-mediated immunity including antigen recognition and presentation, antibody and T cell receptor structure, immune regulation and cytokines, immunogenetics and histocompatibility. The relationships of the immune system to the activities of pathogenic organisms. Applied immunology including biotechnology, infection, autoimmunity, tumour immunology, transplantation and immunodeficiency.

Requisites


Prerequisite: MEDSCI 202 or BIOSCI 201
Restriction: BIOSCI 357

Course Director


Course Coordinator