Integrated Immunology (M.Sc.)
Would you like to make a decisive contribution to combating infectious diseases and chronic illnesses? Then discover our international master’s degree program “Integrated Immunology” (iImmune)! FAU is a leader in immunology research and proud of its strong partnerships with renowned research institutions and graduate schools. By integrating clinical modules, you will gain a holistic insight into immunology during your studies and develop the skills to find innovative solutions to tomorrow’s health challenges.
What is the degree program about?
Aging society is increasingly affected by infectious diseases, as well as chronic autoimmune and allergic diseases. The international master’s degree program “Integrated Immunology” (iImmune) was jointly initiated by the Department of Biology and the Faculty of Medicine at the FAU and is supported by the Elite Network of Bavaria. The degree program focuses on integrating basic and clinical immunology training in a research-oriented manner.
The FAU has a strong research focus on immunological research, which is reflected via collaboration with research institutions and PhD graduate schools. The integration of clinical modules allows a bench to bedside approach.
The degree program is also open to medical students.
Aims of the master’s degree program:
- Provide a comprehensive education in immunology at the interface between biology and medicine
- Train students with excellent supervision, including small group teaching and modern teaching concepts such as problem-oriented learning (POL)
- Provide a research-oriented education, comprising basic and clinical immunology, cell biology, microbiology and virology
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