Immunobiology Course

CD8 T cell killing its target.Wiedemann A et al. PNAS 2006;103:10985-10990

Presentation:

  • Duration: 20-25 minutes
  • Every group member should participate in the presentation
  • At least one extra paper should be included in the presentation to e.g., show that other groups found the same/opposite results, or the same method can be used in other systems or another method can be used to study the same process etc.
  • Points that will be taken into account during evaluations (though not a complete list) are listed here

Discussions:

  • The group that is assigned for the discussion is in control of the discussion session, which should last around 10-20 minutes. The presenting group should one week before the presentation send the extra paper to the discussion group. The discussion group should prepare at least 5 questions (multiple choice, yes/no, etc) for PresentersWall and at least 3 open questions to be discussed by the whole class. The questions should be sent to c.kesmir@uu.nl at least 24 hours before the discussion to be able to prepare the PersentersWall session. These questions will be the heart of our discussion, so think carefully.
  • The grades on the discussion will be given based on the quality of these questions and how well the discussion session is organized.
For location of the article discussions, please look into the schedule.

ArticlePresentingDiscussingDate
Inhibition of EGFR by Cetuximab 2914th of May
van Allen et al 710 22nd of May
Joswik et al 64 22nd of May
van Allen et al 912 24th of May
Joswik et al 81 24th of May
Milinski et al 35 29th of May
Hirano et al 106 29th of May
Milinski et al 18 31st of May
Hirano et al 112 31st of May
Sun et al 127 4th of June
Single et al 43 18th of June
Allen et al 511 18th of June
Debate: HPV 13 & 14 15&16 19th of June
Debate: HPV 15 & 16 13&14 19th of June