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Transplantation Immunology

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(3 cr.) This course examines the current understanding of the major histocompatibility complex; the molecular basis of alloreactivity; and immunological mechanisms of allograft rejection, tolerance, and graft versus host disease. The objectives are: to understand the basics of the histocompatibility complex in relation to normal, disease and transplantation states, to understand the fundamental differences between immune responses to self antigens, foreign antigens, allo-antigens, and other non-self antigens, and to become familiar with the mechanisms underlying successful allogeneic transplantation and appreciate the concepts of immunosuppression and tolerance. Graduate level students are expected to complete a paper reviewing a current topic in transplantation. A basic understanding of immunology is desirable. Upper-level undergraduates may take course with permission. Every Other Year, Fall

Sessions

Fall 2019

Section 01

  • Instructor
  • Lisa Cuchara
  • Days
  • T
  • Time
  • 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm
  • Location
  • Medicine, Nursing, Health Sci Room 243