Immunology certificate programs

Semester course 1 lecture hour. Open to all graduate and certificate students. Presents a forum for the discussion of recent advances in the study of the molecular mechanisms of microbial pathogenesis. The PG Certificate in Immunology will provide you with the theoretical principles of Innate and Adaptive Immunity, a unique chance to plan, design and conduct your own Mini-Research Project in Johns Hopkins University teaching laboratories as well as the opportunity to attend an Immunology conference and conduct an in-depth team presentation of one immunology topic of choice. The MSc in Immunology will build from the PG Certificate by taking you on a journey to investigate immunity in health and disease. To accompany you on this journey are Johns Hopkins University leaders in the field with whom you will subsequently have the opportunity to conduct a 7 months laboratory-based research project.
Ranked as: #12 in Best National University
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State: MD
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The PG Certificate in Immunology will provide you with the theoretical principles of Innate and Adaptive Immunity, a unique chance to plan, design and conduct your own Mini-Research Project in Johns Hopkins University teaching laboratories as well as the opportunity to attend an Immunology conference and conduct an in-depth team presentation of one immunology topic of choice. The MSc in Immunology will build from the PG Certificate by taking you on a journey to investigate immunity in health and disease. To accompany you on this journey are Johns Hopkins University leaders in the field with whom you will subsequently have the opportunity to conduct a 7 months laboratory-based research project. The Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) lasts three months and is made up of the first three core modules (first term) of the MSc. Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma and MSc degrees. An ATAS certificate is not required for overseas students applying for this course.

Immunology

Ranked as: #127 in Best National University
Tuition: -
State: IN
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Semester course 1 lecture hour. Open to all graduate and certificate students. Presents a forum for the discussion of recent advances in the study of the molecular mechanisms of microbial pathogenesis.

Microbiology and Immunology Virginia Commonwealth University