Website
Module guide

Module LS4175 D

Module part: Inflammation - Methods in Immunology (MedMicroIn)

Duration:
1 Semester
Turnus of offer:
each summer semester
Credit points:
3
Course of studies, specific field and terms:
  • Master Infection Biology 2018 (module part), Microbiology, 2nd semester
  • Master Infection Biology 2012 (module part), Microbiology, 2nd semester
Classes and lectures:
  • Methods in Immunology (seminar, 2 SWS)
Workload:
  • 30 Hours in-classroom work
  • 60 Hours private studies
Contents of teaching:
  • Flow Cytometry (FACS, MACS, FACS-sort)
  • Phage display
  • Recombinant antibodies
  • Experimental and therapeutic Biologica
  • Conventional, confocal and 2-photon Microscopy
  • SNPs Analysis
  • Signaltransduction analysis
  • Migration Assays
  • Generation of transgenic, knock-out and knock-in mice
  • Animal models in Life Science
  • Microbiome analysis
  • Data analysis and interpretation
  • How to discuss and present a scientific research paper
Qualification-goals/Competencies:
  • Competence in critical reading, discussing and presenting research articles.
  • Student can explain principle methods and their applications in immunology
  • Student can give examples of recent developments in immunology
  • Student can interpret an experimental setup and evaluate the correct use of controls
  • Student can evaluate the quality of experimental data
  • Student can present an immunology based paper in a journal club format
  • Student can conduct literature researches using Pubmed
Grading through:
  • see Notes
Responsible for this module:
  • Siehe Hauptmodul
Teachers:
  • Prof. Dr. Admar Verschoor
  • Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Köhl
  • Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Rudolf Manz
  • Prof. Dr. med. Peter König
  • Dr.rer.nat. Christian Karsten
  • Prof. Dr. med. Saleh Ibrahim
  • Dr.rer.nat. Yves Laumonnier
Literature:
  • n.n.: Provided research articles and own literature research
Language:
  • offered only in English
Notes:

Is module part of LS4175-KP06 Grading of the module part through - at least two oral presentations (20 min plus discussion) - regular in-class assessments - contribution to discussions - regular participation in seminars (85%)

Letzte Änderung:
17.7.2019