IMM385Y1 - Special Research Project in Immunology

Course Description

This course provides an opportunity for students to conduct a research project under the supervision of a member of the Faculty. Students are expected to devote a minimum of seven hours per week to the course from the week the fall term lectures begin to the last week of the spring term. Research projects will involve experimental design and work, data analyses, literature reading etc.

This course requires a minimum of 7 hours per week of supervised work in the laboratory. The final grade will be based on the supervisor's assessment (70% mid-term and final evaluation), a 10 minute presentation (10%) and a written report of your work (20%).

**This course will not be offered in 2020-21. Interested students in 3rd and 4th year may consider IMM450 as an alternative.**

Further information can be obtained from Prof. Mortha.

Course Coordinators

  • Dr. Arthur Mortha