Queen's University
Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Learning Track

If you have a curiosity for the role of viral and bacterial organisms in, as well as how the immune system contributes to, health and disease, you will find particular interest in this learning track. Courses comprising this learning track include courses introducing microbes and their involvement in health and disease, as well as the role of the immune system in combatting these infections. If you are interested in earning credit in this learning track, you must take the following four mandatory courses, as well as three of the additional courses presented below.

This track requires a total of 21.0 Units; 12.0 mandatory and 9.0 additional

Mandatory Courses

Option Course

MICR 271 Introduction to Microbiology

Fall 2017
3.0 Units
Dr. Nancy Martin

Option Course

MICR 270 Infection, Immunity, and Inflammation

Winter 2018
3.0 Units
Dr. Madhuri Koti

Option Course

MICR 380 Immunology

TBD
3.0 Units
Dr. Myron Szewczuk

Option Course

MICR 382 Microbes in Health and Disease

Winter 2018
3.0 Units
Dr. Nancy Martin

Choose a Minimum of 3 Additional Courses

Option Course

BMED 380 Evolutionary Biology of Cancer

Fall 2017
3.0 Units
Dr. Charles Graham

Option Course

BMED 384 Intensive Laboratory Course

TBD
3.0 Units
Dr. Michael Adams

Option Course

BMED 483 Advanced Topics in Infectious Disease

TBD
3.0 Units
Dr. Prameet Sheth