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Biomanufacturing - Bio004 - Immunology, Virology, and Vaccines

The "IVV" course aims to provide participants with a comprehensive review of fundamental concepts in immunology, virology, and vaccinology. This intensive program seeks to strengthen the foundational knowledge necessary to grasp these ever-evolving fields.

About the program

Module 1-2: Fundamentals of Immunity

Module 3: Virology and Vaccinology Principles

Module 4: Vaccine Types and Development

Module 5: Interdisciplinary Insights into Immunology

Prerequisites

Recommended background:

A comprehensive knowledge of fundamental biological concepts covering subjects like cell and molecular biology.

Target Audience

Professionals, graduating students and researchers looking for an introductory overview of immunology and vaccine development, this course provides fundamental information about the field of vaccinology. Refresher for operators in the field.

Recommended Reading:

Ghattas, Majed, et al. "Vaccine technologies and platforms for infectious diseases: Current progress, challenges, and opportunities." Vaccines 9.12 (2021): 1490. https://www.mdpi.com/2076-393X/9/12/1490

Owen, Judith A., et al. Kuby immunology. New York: WH Freeman, 2013

John Abbott College (Continuing Education)

A week or less

Course Attestation and Professional Development

Establishments offering this program

John Abbott College (Continuing Education)

English

Specialties

  • Duration: 15 hours