Curriculum requirements for MIC associated NIH training programs

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Curriculum requirements for MIC associated NIH training programs

Curriculum requirements for MIC associated NIH training programs

NIH Training Programs in Infectious Disease or Biodefense
Required Modules
  • BIMS 7100 Research Ethics
  • MICR 8200 Building Blocks of the Immune System
  • MICR 8202 Integration and Diversity of Immune Responses
  • MICR 8400 Molecular Principles of Bacteriology & Virology
  • MICR 8401 Microbial Pathogenesis
  • MICR 8402 Microbial Pathogenesis  proposal writing module

In addition, the following courses are required for Biodefense students and highly recommended for ID students:

  • MICR 8341 Biological Threats and Public Health

 

NIH Training Program in Immunology
Required Modules
  • MICR 8200 Building Blocks of the Immune System (first year)
  • MICR 8202 Integration and Diversification of the Immune System (first year)
  • MICR 8204 Current Topics in Immunology
  • PATH 8280 Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology
  • PATH 8300 Tumors and the Immune System
  • Proposal Writing course (CELL 8450 is strongly recommended, but another course may be substituted with Dr. Engelhard’s permission)

 

Two additional modules (at least one for credit)

  • MICR 8204 Current Topics in Immunology
  • PATH 8280 Clinical Immunology and Immunopathology
  • PATH 8300 Tumors and the Immune System

 

We are strongly recommending a proposal writing module (i.e. CELL 8450 (F1) “Effective science writing")

 

NIH Training Program in Cancer Biology
Required Modules
  • MICR 8040 Fundamentals in Cancer Biology
  • MICR 8044 Cancer Signaling and Therapeutics
  • MICR 8042 Advanced Topics in Cancer

 

Recommended cancer-related modules:

  • BIOC 8012 Chromatin I
  • BIOC 8014 Chromatin II
  • PATH 8329 Historical Perspectives in Cancer Research
  • PATH 8300 Tumors and the Immune System