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Microbiology and Immunology

Emeriti: (Professors) Stanley Falkow, Hugh O. McDevitt, Edward S. Mocarski, Sidney Raffel, Leon T. Rosenberg

Chair: Peter Sarnow

Associate Chair: Stanley Falkow

Professors: Ann Arvin, Helen Blau, John C. Boothroyd, Yueh-Hsiu Chien, Mark M. Davis, Stephen J. Galli, Harry B. Greenberg, Karla Kirkegaard, A. C. Matin, Garry Nolan, Peter Parham, Phillip Pizzo, Charles Prober, David Relman, Peter Sarnow, Gary K. Schoolnik, Lucy S. Tompkins

Associate Professors: Matthew Bogyo, Christopher Contag, David Schneider, Julie Theriot

Assistant Professors: Manuel Amieva, Chang-Zheng Chen, Denise Monack, Upinder Singh, Justin Sonnenburg

Acting Assistant Professor: Jan Carette

Associate Professor (Teaching): Robert D. Siegel

Institute for Immunity, Transplantation and Infection

Director, Human Immune Monitoring Center and Senior Research Scientist: Holden Maecker

Department Offices: D300 Fairchild Building, 299 Campus Drive

Mail Code: 94305-5124

Phone: (650) 725-8541

Email: micro_immuno@lists.stanford.edu

Web Site: http://microimmuno.stanford.edu

Courses offered by the Department of Microbiology and Immunology are listed under the subject code MI on the Stanford Bulletin's ExploreCourses web site.

Graduate Programs in Microbiology and Immunology

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology offers a program of training leading to the Ph.D. degree, as well as research training, courses, and seminars for medical students and postdoctoral fellows. Research interests focus on two broad areas: host/parasite interactions, and the function of the immune system. Laboratories investigate mechanisms of pathogenesis and the physiology of viruses, bacteria, and protozoan parasites, as well as the lymphocyte function in antigen recognition, immune response, and autoimmunity.

MASTER OF SCIENCE

A regular M.S. program is not offered, although this degree is awarded under special circumstances. Candidates for master's degrees are expected to have completed the preliminary requirements for the B.S. degree, or the equivalent. In addition, the candidate is expected to complete 45 quarter units of work related to microbiology; at least 25 of these units should concern research devoted to a thesis. The thesis must be approved by at least two members of the department faculty.

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