RBM2540 - Pathophysiology 2
HBM2105 - Medical Microbiology and Immunity
|1.||Critically review the importance of the immune system in the maintenance of good health and disease prevention;|
|2.||Describe and appraise the innate and adaptive immune response to various pathogens;|
|3.||Conceptually map all stages of the immune response from infection to immunity with a focus on explaining the function of T lymphocytes and antibodies;|
|4.||Apply scientific processes to the investigation of immunological disorders especially with respect to hypersensitivities;|
|5.||Collaborate in group tasks and reflect critically on processes, specifically in the context of laboratory exercises where data is collected and analysed.|
|Laboratory Work||Proforma (Four (4) proformas, 150 words each)||10%|
|Test||Mid semester MCQ test (1 hour)||20%|
|Examination||Practical examination (1.5 hours, 1500 words)||20%|
|Examination||Final Examination (2 hours, 2000 words)||50%|
Basic Immunology 5th ed.
Abbas, A.K., Lichtman, A.H., & Pillai, S. (2016)
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