A core mission of the Department of Immunobiology is the training of the next generation of scientists. The department offers excellent and rigorous training in both immunology and microbiology that teaches the principles of host-pathogen interactions in health and disease. Trainees at all levels, including undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral fellows, benefit from an inspiring and stimulating learning atmosphere that emphasizes personal interactions with the faculty of the department. The overall goal of our training program is to provide a solid and comprehensive foundation that positions our trainees for very successful future careers in academic, biotech, and pharmaceutical research.
This certificate program is intended to educate students at the graduate level in the biological and medical sciences. The focus will be on advanced education in basic and clinical research in the fields of microbiology and immunology. The MIGC program is open to candidates who have a Bachelor’s Degree.
The primary objective of the Medical Microbiology and Immunology (MMI) track, one of five sub-plans of the PSM Applied Biosciences GIDP, is to instruct and prepare students for an occupation in the diverse field of biomedical sciences. The focus in the MMI track is training students to attain a graduate level biomedical education with an emphasis on medical microbiology, immunology, and virology.