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551-0396-01L  Immunology I

SemesterSpring Semester 2019
LecturersA. Oxenius, B. Becher, M. Groettrup, M. Kopf, B. Ludewig, C. Münz, R. Spörri, M. van den Broek
Periodicityyearly recurring course
Language of instructionEnglish
CommentNumber of participants limited to 30.

Prerequisites: Attendance of the concept courses Immunology I (551-0317-00L) and Immunology II (551-0318-00L)

The enrolment is done by the D-BIOL study administration.


AbstractThis block course teaches a wide selection of practical immunological techniques and offers advanced lectures in selected topics in immunology.
ObjectiveThe aim of this block course is the acquaintance with a wide spectrum of immunological techniques involving practical experimental work following analysis and interpretation of the experimental data. Along the practical work, advanced lectures in selected topics in immunology, based on the knowledge from the immunology concept course, will be offered. Furthermore, students will have the opportunity to read, interpret and present current papers followed scientific discussions.
ContentThe aim of this block course is the acquaintance with a wide spectrum of immunological techniques involving practical experimental work following analysis and interpretation of the experimental data. Along the practical work, advanced lectures in selected topics in immunology, based on the knowledge from the immunology concept course, will be offered. Furthermore, students will have the opportunity to read, interpret and present current papers followed scientific discussions.
Lecture notesA script for the course will be available online (the link will be provided in the immunology concept lecture, 551-0318-00L).
Prerequisites / NoticeRequirement for the registration for this block course is the attendance of the immunology concept courses 551-0317-00L and 551-0318-00L.
Evaluation of achievements is done on an individual basis by each participating lecturer.