The Immunology program provides foundational training that enables students to pursue a broad range of career choices spanning academia to industry, and basic science to clinical/translational work. Our program alumni have gone on to compete successfully in academia, biotechnology, scientific writing, government positions and an increasing number of other domains in our advancing technological world.
The Immunology Program provides an interdisciplinary structure and an inclusive environment through which immunologists in a variety of departments can collaborate to meet educational and training objectives. The Immunology Ph.D. Program fosters interactions among students and faculty in the Program to broaden the students’ appreciation of diverse research opportunities and to encourage interdisciplinary thinking in a highly collaborative atmosphere. Our goal is to continue to provide a firm basis in immunology through individualized training.
The average duration of the Immunology Program is 5.5 years.