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BIOS 283: Dendritic Cells and Other Myeloid Cells: function and analytical tools

Dendritic cells and other myeloid cells are capable of activating and modulating a broad range of immune responses. This course focuses on understanding myeloid cell diversity, plasticity and functions in host physiology, disease states (i.e., cancer, inflammatory and infectious diseases) and during therapeutic interventions. Students are exposed to a combination of lectures (including field-expert talks) and dry lab workshops with the goal of acquiring tools for dissecting human and mouse myeloid cell function experimentally. This course is intended for biosciences graduate students and postdocs with basic immunology knowledge (enrollment limited to 20).
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