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LMIM2005 Course on advanced immunology 2 ECTS
Person in charge
Prof. Marko Salmi, Prof. Olli Lassila and Docent Arno Hänninen

General description

An elective course on immunology to advance the participant's knowledge of various aspects of immunology including methodological and clinical aspects.

Learning outcomes

An elective course on immunology to advance the participant's knowledge of various aspects of immunology including methodological and clinical aspects.

Contents

Spring 2016 (March-April), lectures every Tuesday and Thursday at 15.00. Place: Micro-building, 3rd floor seminar room.
Lectures (60 min each)

1.3. Introduction of the course (Course leaders)

3.3. Novel bioimaging tools in immunology (Dr. Tibor Veres)

8.3. Flow cytometry and cell sorting (Dr. Jouko Sandholm)

10.3. Genomic engineering technologies in the immune system (Dr. Minna Kyläniemi)

15.3. Innate and adaptive immune system in the gut (Docent Arno Hänninen)

17.3. B cell life and beyond (Dr. Kalle-Pekka Nera)

22.3. Somatic hypermutation of immunoglobulins (Dr. Jukka Alinikula)

29.3. Immunology of rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis (Prof. Olli Lassila)

31.3. Molecular aspects of T helper cell differentiation (Prof. Riitta Lahesmaa)

5.4. Macrophages (Prof. Marko Salmi)

7.4. Leucocyte trafficking molecules and drug discovery (Prof. Sirpa Jalkanen)

12.4. Novel aspects of lymphocyte extravasation (Prof. Masayuki Miyasaka)

14.4. Oxidative regulation of inflammation and immune response (Prof. Rikard Holmdahl)

19.4. Immunity against viruses (Prof. Ilkka Julkunen)

21.4. TLR polymorphisms in diagnostics (Docent Qiushui He)

26.4. Immunology of type 1 diabetes (Prof. Jorma Ilonen)

Further information on prerequisites and recommendations

Medical, dental and biomedical students who have taken a basic course on immunology and/or have a sufficient level of knowledge in the field. Course is also available for PhD students of doctoral programs. Sufficient knowledge on immunology is a prerequisite.

Modes of study

Lectures (60 min, 16 times), A short essay on a topic selected by course leaders.

Evaluation and evaluation criteria

Pass/fail.
Approval of essays and course evaluation as an interactive course in Moodle space.

Recommended year of study

Spring 2016

Belongs to following study modules

Faculty of Medicine
2017–2018
Teaching
Archived Teaching Schedule. Please refer to current Teaching Shedule.
Implementation details are unavailable.
Faculty of Medicine
DP in Medicine
Finnish Study Modules
Postgraduate Degrees, med