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Principles of Immunobiology. Study of the basic concepts underlying the mechanisms of innate and adaptive immunity.
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Microbiology Colloquium 3. Peer and faculty-led experiences to introduce students to the disciplines of medical microbiology.
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Scientific Integrity. Discussion and review of topics addressing fundamental issues in maintenance of scientific integrity in biomedical research. Microbial Genetics.