Description - Schaum's Outline of Immunology by George Pinchuk
Schaum's Outline of Immunology will be a concise but exhaustive review of modern concepts in molecular, cellular, and systemic immunology, formatted as traditional Schaum's Outline with a problems-solved approach. Target audience of junior & senior level students and graduate students of biological sciences, pathology, and medicine, as well as professionals in these areas who want to renew or update their knowledge of core immunology concepts. The purpose of the outline will be to provide the reader with a tutorial supplement to any systematic textbook of modern immunology. The outline will focus on basis tenets of immunology as applied to the dynamics of immune responses and their outcomes. Immunology in an unalienable part of the curriculum in most colleges. It is taught to majors in biology, microbiology, molecular biology, biological engineering, biochemistry, animal and dairy sciences; to pre-medical, pre-veterinary, medical, and veterinary students; and also to a number of non-majors as an elective who are intrigued by such problems as AIDS, cancer, immunodeficiencies, autoimmune diseases etc.
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(279mm x 208mm x 18mm)
Schaum Outline Series
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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Author Biography - George Pinchuk
George Pinchuk obtained his M.D. from Kyiv Medical University, and his Ph.D. from the Institute of Medical Genetics of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the (former) USSR. In the latter institution, he worked in the Laboratory of Immunogenetics directed by Prof. L.A. Pevnitsky, who is a renowned immunologist and specialist in the mechanisms of immune tolerance. He has taught Immunology at Seattle Pacific University, and at the University of Washington. Having been appointed Assistant Professor at the Department of Biological Sciences of Mississippi State University, he continues to do research in immunology and to teach this subject to 60 to 70 students each semester.