Session 1 Limited (10 Students):
July 14, 2024 July 26, 2024
Session 2 Limited (10 Students):
July 28, 2024 August 9, 2024
Concerned about viruses and the impact they have on your immune system? Questioning how to reduce the severity of infections and interested in finding treatments for patients with immune system disorders? Discover more about the structure, functions, and capabilities of immune systems, and learn how immunologists can improve animal and human survival. Learn first hand how immunology has led to key advancements in medical care, including vaccination and cancer immunotherapy.
Meet your instructor
Session 1 Instructor - Marcellus Korompis, his main interest is to find a deﬁnitive immune correlate of protection that would be a signiﬁcant tool in developing an effective TB vaccine.
Session 2 Instructor - Gerardo Montalvo, has collaborated in the development of novel vaccines against several arthropod-borne viruses, including Dengue virus (DENV), Zika virus (ZIKV), Chikungunya virus (CHIKV), and Yellow Fever Virus (YFV).
Topics you'll explore
Real World Insights
Students will have the opportunity to welcome and engage with guest professional speakers such as scientists and immunologists involved in research teams on the immune system and infectious diseases. Students will also participate in hands-on experiences by visiting labs, as well as participate in their workshops.
"There are nine 3-hour class sessions over the two-week course. During week one, students have class from 9am-12pm, Monday - Friday. During week two students have class from 9am-12pm Monday through Thursday. Wednesday afternoons are dedicated to additional academic time (excursions, speakers).