Teaching

Providing lectures at the Medical Faculty and at the Faculty of Science, the Institute of Experimental Immunology is an authority for teaching immunology. Among diploma thesis, dissertations, postgraduate medical education and continuing education, the Institute is also jointly responsible for parts of the series of lectures on General Pathology at the Medical Faculty of the University.

Guidelines for PhD Committee Meeting and PhD Defense

Guidelines MSc Program in Biology, Concentration in Immunology

Introductory Course in Flow Cytometry (BIO 632)

The course delivers a systematic introduction to the flow cytometry through series of lectures combined with hands-on sessions. The basic concepts covered include fluorescence, fluorochrome structure and spectral features, instrument layout and detection of fluorescence, controls in flow cytometry, data structure and visualization and principles of manual data analysis.

The hands-on session focuses on immunophenotyping.

The students who successfully complete the course should be able to:

  • Understand the working principles of a flow cytometer and range of applications that can be performed
  • Design and execute simple immunophenotyping experiment
  • Analyse simple datasets
  • Present analysis results

For more information and registration, please visit the Flow Cytometry Courses webpage.