At the Bench: Immunology

BIOL-UA 150

Lectures provide information about immune cells and their role in innate and adaptive immune responses; the function, structure, types, and development of antibodies and the mechanisms behind their effects; the mechanism of stress; and the role of cortisol and the nervous system in stress response. Laboratory sessions focus on immunological methods employing antibodies. Students collect and analyze data, carry out a research project, and develop the requisite skills for reading, presenting, and writing scientific papers.

Format: Laboratory

Prerequisites: MCB2 (BIOL-UA 22 or 9022) and Animal Phys or Microbiol or Immunol (BIOL-UA 25 or 44 or 50)

Corequisites: None

Location: New York

Equivalent(s): None

Syllabus

Term(s) offered:

Requirements satisfied:
  • Major: Biology Standard Track
      • Upper-Level Elective
          • Laboratory Skills
          • Advanced Biology
  • Major: GPH/Biology
      • Emphasis-Area Elective
          • Infectious Diseases
      • Additional Elective