RBM2540 - Pathophysiology 2
HBM2105 - Medical Microbiology and Immunity
|1.||Conceptualise the importance of the immune system in good health and disease;|
|2.||Deduce the mechanisms by which the innate and adaptive immune systems function;|
|3.||Conceptually map all stages of the immune response from infection to immunity with a focus on explaining the function of T and B lymphocytes and antibodies; and|
|4.||Develop laboratory skills, including cellular techniques, and record and analyse data and sources related to immune function.|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory theory and practical work (1000 words total)||20%|
|Presentation||Group Oral presentation (1000 word equivalence)||30%|
|Test||Test (1 hour)||20%|
|Exercise||Case study (1500 words equivalent)||30%|
Kuby Immunology 8th ed.
Punt, J, Stranford, S, Jones, P & Owen JA (2019)
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