Teaching

The Advanced Immunology course


The lecture program focuses on advanced studies of the main themes in cellular and molecular Immunology: molecular basis of antigen recognition by B and T cells, development of the immune, repertoire selection and auto-immunity, intracellular communication, immune response, experimental immunotherapy and innate immunity.
-In addition, the course includes two weeks and a half of laboratory practical course and one week of thematic bibliography seminars
(to learn more about the Advanced Immunology Course, click here)

Directors of the course : Andres Alcover and Antonio Freitas




Lecturers:(preleminary list)
M. Albert, A. Alcover, B. Autran, A. Bandeira, F. Batista, C. Bougeois, L. Chatenoud, E. Claassen, F. Colucci, R. Cornall, A. Cumano, G. Dadaglio, M. Daëron, M. Daha, T. De France, V. Di Bartolo, J. Di Santo, L. Du Pasquier, G. Eberl, A. Fischer, A. Freitas, P. Friedl, P. Golstein, M. Goodhardt, A. Hayday, M. Heikenwaelder, D. Hume, E. Jenkinson, D. Kioussis, L. Klein, R. Lasserre, C. Leclerc, J. P. Levraud, R. Mac Donald, T. Mac Donald, L. Majlessi, R. Mebius, S. Pellegrini, P. Pereira, P. Pierre, L. Quintana-Murci, J. M. Reichhart, W. Reith, C. A. Reynaud, B. Rocha, H.-R. Rodewald, M. C. Saleh, C. Tanchot, J. M. Tiercy, N. Van Baren, C. Vosshenrich and J. C. Weill.