IMM1450Y - Major Research Project in Immunology I
IMM1450Y is one of four courses, along with IMM1550Y, IMM1650Y, and IMM1651H which are an essential requirement for successful completion of the Master’s in Applied Immunology graduate program. This course is worth 1.0 total credits.
IMM1450Y is a course in which the student takes part in an original research project in the laboratory of a faculty member associated with the Immunology Department. The course is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to familiarize themselves with the laboratory through active participation in their independent research. The research projects being undertaken in this course set the ground work for the major research project in IMM1550Y and IMM1650Y.
Students completing IMM1450Y will also create a visual abstract of their work.