The goal of the Immunology Graduate Training Program is to prepare young investigators for careers in biomedical research centered on how the immune system functions. Trainees will work with national and international experts in basic and applied immunology to perform cutting-edge research. Students are provided with individualized training plans and the tools needed to achieve success in academia, industry, government, and other science-related careers.
Integrative Immunobiology offers outstanding training opportunities for postdoctoral fellows seeking to build independent research programs within first-class research settings. Postdoctoral fellows will experience a training environment that includes multiple layers of faculty mentors, opportunities to mentor students, and professional development tools. Multiple Centers and Institutes also provide intellectual environments for sub-discipline-specific training.
Research opportunities are available for undergraduate students to enrich and complement their biomedical sciences coursework. Undergraduate students will have the opportunity to work with outstanding medical school faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students to learn about basic and applied immunology and the latest methods and approaches in scholarly research.