IPHY4600-1.10 - 12.30.09 IMMUNOLOGY Integrative Physiology...

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IMMUNOLOGY Integrative Physiology 4600 Spring 2010 Professor: Dr. Monika Fleshner Classroom: MCDB A2B70 Time: 12:30 PM – 1:45 PM on TTh Recitation Fridays Time: 10-4pm Office: 303-492-1483; Carlson 202F; email: fleshner@colorado.edu Office Hours: 230-430PM Mondays. COURSE MATERIALS: Required: Immunobiology th edition (Green book), CU book store Required: iclicker , CU book store Graduate Teaching Assistants: Robert Thompson email: Robert.S.Thompson@Colorado.EDU Steven Faulkner email: stephen.faulkner@colorado.edu Office Hours: Robert: Fridays: 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM in Clare Small Lounge. Stephen: Tuesdays: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM in Clare Small Lounge. You are invited to attend either Graduate TAs office hours. Please note : The graduate teaching assistants are available during their office hours for any individual help you may require; however, they are not generally able to provide assistance outside of regularly scheduled office hours. NATURE OF THE COURSE. This class is designed to introduce basic concepts in immunology : recognition, development and differentiation to undergraduate majors in Integrative Physiology. The immune system is comprised of many different cell types that work together in an organism to protect us from disease. The purpose of this course is to provide students with a clear understanding of the basic cellular interactions involved with mounting an appropriate immune response. Immunology 4600 is designed to emphasize cell-to-cell and whole system interactions. Genetic regulation and signal transduction pathways will be de-emphasized. COURSE OBJECTIVES To provide students with an understanding of basic concepts in cellular immunology. To develop an appreciation for complexity and elegance of this amazing biological system. 1) Four regular exams (50 points each, top 3 scores) 50% of grade 2) Comprehensive final exam (66 points) 22% of grade 3) In-class questions (24 points) 8% of grade 4) Recitation (60 points) 20% of grade Total course points: 300 points. Course grades will be derived from points earned from regular exams, the comprehensive exam, in- class questions and recitations. Exam grades will be calculated based on the 3 highest regular exam scores, thus one regular exam score
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IPHY4600-1.10 - 12.30.09 IMMUNOLOGY Integrative Physiology...

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