Training future leaders in molecular and cellular immunology.

Our objective is to guide and prepare students for cutting-edge research in immunology while providing broad training to equip students for diverse career paths.

Students learn to think independently while pursuing individual research interests in a uniquely diverse and flexible program.

More than 54 faculty members from the schools of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, and the College of Literature, Science and the Arts (LSA) provide graduate training in immunology by incorporating concepts of molecular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, cell biology and genetics into the curriculum.


July 1, 2020

Congrats to Amnah Yamani (Hogan Lab) on 1st author paper!

Excited to share the impressive news of Amnah's first author paper! Warmest congratulations on your achievement, Amnah.

Be sure to check out the Mucosal Immunology paper, "Dysregulation of intestinal epithelial CFTR-dependent Cl− ion transport and paracellular barrier function drives gastrointestinal symptoms of food-induced anaphylaxis

June 4, 2020

Kudos to Eli Olson (Raghavan Lab) on manuscript!

We are pleased to share that Eli's manuscript, "Polymorphisms of HLA-B: Influences on Assembly and Immunity," has been accepted for publication in the Current Opinion in Immunology Journal. Congrats, Eli, we look forward to reading it!