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Preparing the Next Generation of Leaders
There is a growing appreciation for the complex and critical role of the immune system in health and disease. Normal immune functioning is critical to protect us from infectious diseases and to build vaccine-induced immunity. Over- or under-functioning of the immune system can cause a range of health problems (autoimmune disease, metabolic syndromes); there is an urgent need to better understand basic mechanisms of how the immune system contributes to health and disease. Read More.
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The best way to learn about the Immunology Graduate Program is through the eyes of our current students. Read about their experiences, and learn what it’s like being part of our program.
The Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation is one of the nation’s top pediatric research institutions. Learn more about our long history of scientific breakthroughs and world-class medical innovation.
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Our hard-working students are the recipients of distinguished local, national, and international awards and fellowships. Our students also publish their independent research in top-tier immunology journals. Learn more about the awards our students have garnered and about their research projects through their publications.
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