MCB 532: Human Pathogenic Viruses

Description

Replication, regulation, and pathogenesis of several groups of human viruses, including human immunodeficiency virus and papillomaviruses. Emphasis on the unique aspects of the viral-like cycles as they relate to effects on infected cells and organisms. Guest lecturers focus on viral immunology, measles. herpes simplex virus, and HHV-8. Offered in odd numbered years.
Please visit class website (http://libguides.fredhutch.org/mcb532)
and the University of Washington Time Schedule for
the most accurate information on Instructor, Quarter,
Location, and Time.

Details

Instructor:

Michael Emerman

Credits:

3.0

Quarter:

Autumn

Weeks:

1-10

Location:

Fred Hutch and Zoom

Time:

-

Foundational For:

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  • Microbiology, Infection & Immunity

Course Attributes:

  • Graded
  • Lecture
  • Literature Review