UC Davis Today: Fighting disease

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Fighting disease: Graduate studies in immunology

UC Davis is training the next generation of biomedical leaders in its nationally ranked immunology program. Students in the Graduate Group in Immunology benefit from an interdisciplinary, flexible program that offers state-of-the-art facilities and dedicated faculty mentors. It offers a strong focus in infection and immunity, as well as respected programs in nutrition and immunity, autoimmunity, cancer therapy, and diagnosis and treatment.

Knowledge gained through immunology research is now being applied to the treatment of diseases, and UC Davis scientists and students are leading the way in moving such discoveries into patient care.

Students interested in graduate studies in immunology should apply now. The deadline is April 15 for final consideration.

(Photo of Elizabeth Waffarn, left, a fourth-year graduate student, instructing Destanie Cummings, a first-year graduate student, on plating cells for culture at the Center for Comparative Medicine by Gregory Urquiaga/UC Davis)

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