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Information on immunology teaching happening across the University

Immunology Teaching Overview

The Immunology Teaching Network aims to connect immunologists with an interest in teaching who are traditionally based in different departments and divisions across the university. Its role is to facilitate communication between those who organise immunology lectures, seminars, practical classes, journal clubs, clinical case studies, and tutorials on various programmes and in colleges, and researchers and clinicians at any career stage who might be interested in teaching opportunities.

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Immunology is taught on the following courses:

 Undergraduate Medicine

Principles of Pathology

Infection and Immunity

Laboratory Medicine

Graduate-entry Medicine

Infection and Immunity

Laboratory Medicine

Biomedical Sciences

Immunology and Microbiology

Infection and Immunity


Introduction to Immunology

Cellular and Molecular Immunology

Clinical and Applied Immunology

Biological Sciences

Organisms (Vertebrate Immune Function)


Infection and Immunity

MSc Integrated Immunology

see course website