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BIOE 236: Biophysical Mechanisms of Innate Immunity

This course teaches key biophysical aspects and mechanisms of the human innate immune system and its cellular and molecular effectors. We discuss the current understanding and hypotheses for how misregulation of innate immunity contribute to inflammatory and autoimmune conditions. Students and postdocs gain experience in the creative planning and writing of a technical paper on an intriguing topic in medicine using the primary literature as a resource, and practice giving lectures about the results of their research to their peers.
Terms: Win | Units: 3
Instructors: Barron, A. (PI)
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