Middlebury

BIOL0280

Immunology

Immunology
In this course we will explore the human immune system and how it works to protect the body from infection. Students will be introduced to the cells and molecules of the immune system and how they work together to protect the host from foreign invaders. We will focus on the cellular and molecular mechanisms of innate immunity before exploring the cellular and genetic principles that underlie the adaptive immune response. Finally, we will investigate how innate and adaptive immunity work together to combat infection and how disease can arise from inadequacies in this coordinated host response. (BIOL 0145)
Subject:
Biology
Department:
Biology
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
SCI
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Winter 2017

BIOL0280A-W17 Lecture

Fall 2016

BIOL0280A-F16 Lecture (Spatafora)

Winter 2016

BIOL0280A-W16 Lecture (Spatafora)

Winter 2013

BIOL0280A-W13 Lecture (Spatafora)

Winter 2012

BIOL0280A-W12 Lecture (Spatafora)