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BIOS 243: Stem Cells, Immunology and Regenerative Medicine

This 3-week course covers fundamentals of hematopoiesis and immune system development and how stem cells can be employed to model hematopoiesis and immune system development in health and disease. We will also explore different applications of stem cells in regenerative medicine and immunotherapy. Topics include: stem cells and differentiation, hematopoiesis, lymphopoiesis, thymus development and function, specific immune defects, T-cell immunotherapies, thymic tissue engineering, and stem cells for immunological research.
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