Vaccines and Immunity
Analysis of the strategies used by pathogenic microbes to evade specific and innate immune responses, and the strategies used to combat infectious disease using vaccines, with an emphasis on molecular and immunological aspects. Special topics include: molecular basis of pathogenicity and immune-evasion strategies; vaccination strateies; challenges to vaccine implementation.
Given jointly by the Departments of Molecular Genetics and Immunology
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Prerequisite: IMM334Y1/IMM335Y1, MGY377H1, MGY378H1
Exclusion: MBY480H1, MGY485H1
Course Coordinator: Dr. Scott Gray-Owen
Offered: January to April 2016 - Wednesdays between 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Medical Sciences Building, Room 4279