Janeway's immunobiology

Kenneth P. Murphy, Paul Travers, Mark Walport, Charles Janeway

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Medical and Applied Immunology Notes

Written by Robert

Notes and summaries of all lectures covered throughout the semester. Structured in a clear and s...

37 pages, 19216 words

MST1 mock MCQs and short answer questions

Written by David

Topic covered: -Tolerance -Functions of all cells in the immune system -Coeliac disease -B cell...

18 pages, 6683 words

MIIM3003 Notes

Written by David

Read succinct summaries on: tolerance, transplantation, barrier immunity, antigen presentation, diab...

17 pages, 3140 words

Med & applied immunology

Written by Y

It covers all the lectures in med & applied immune apart from the flip classes. Those notes are...

81 pages, 31347 words

Bansari

$50 per hour

Hi! I am an immunology enthusiast! I am currently doing an honours year in Bachelor of Biomedicine...

Nick

$30 per hour

I can also tutor online via ZOOM, if preferable. I finished the Bachelor of Biomedicine, with Hon...

Linda

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Currently studying MD2 at University of Melbourne (2019). Graduated from Bachelor of Biomedicine (20...

Reviews

Comprehensive subject, covering various immunological concepts and processes. Ties the theoretical processes into medical and clinical perspective, highlighting the effect/role of the immune system in health and pathologies. Lectures are given by researchers/health practitioners who are at the forefront of the latest research development for the disease/condition and its management in patients. This was quite exciting and provided with an insight into possible research pathways, we as students can undertake post-university or undergraduate studies. The subject also integrated team-based tutorials which helped a lot with solving integrative questions, and better preparing for the exam. Overall, the subject was coordinated and delivered quite well. However, it is a content bulky subject, as well as, intellectually challenging and requires a consistent learning approach.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019