Due to the broad range of expertise of the Immunology faculty, a wide array of basic, translational/applied/clinical research opportunities are available for Ph.D. students.

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Basic Studies

Adhesion Molecules
Antigen Processing/Presentation
Apoptosis
Cell Homing/Trafficking
Cell Signaling
Cytokine Networks
Hematopoiesis
Immunoglobulin Switching
Immune Suppression
Innate Immunity
Macrophage Biology
MHC Class I and II Molecules
T Cell Activation

T Cell Biology

Conditions

Aging
Allergy
Arthritis
Autoimmunity
Bone Marrow Transplantation
Cancer
Diabetes
Inflammation/Tissue Repair
Lupus
Multiple Sclerosis
Organ Transplantation
Pulmonary
Viral Infections

Translational/Applied Immunology

Animal Models of Disease
Ex Vivo Cell Expansion
Gene Delivery
Vaccine Development

 

 



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