The Immunology, Inflammation, and Infectious Diseases (IIID) concentration focuses study on specific aspects of fungal, bacterial and/or viral infections as well as studies of infection-derived diseases and their outcomes. Research in this concentration examines microbial mechanisms of action, pathophysiology of infections, immunobiology, T-cell regulation, and the innate immune system. Students also learn translational aspects of applying research to human diseases. Students graduating with the Immunology, Inflammation, and Infectious Diseases concentration will be highly competitive for careers at academic institutions, in industries involved in biomedical research, and at government agencies conducting, regulating, or funding biomedical research.
Madison Schank / BMS Graduate Program Student
"Having the privilege of being a graduate student in the Immunology, Inflammation and Infectious Diseases concentration in the Biomedical Sciences Program has been an invaluable experience for my growth and development as both a student and scientist. I am immensely grateful for the opportunities I have been granted from my mentors in such a collaborative and productive research program."
For more information about the IIID concentration curriculum, please contact Dr. Jonathan Moorman- firstname.lastname@example.org