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Immunoengineering for Undergraduates

Immunoengineering harnesses the power of the immune system to treat diseases such as cancer and promote tissue regeneration and healing.

Our curriculum trains students in immunoengineering at the molecular, cellular, and systems levels. Particular emphasis is placed on novel materials and methods to harness the body’s immune system to fight disease, and to promote tissue repair and healing. Students develop new biomaterials, vaccines, therapeutics, and systems to understand immune cell function and guide immune cell behavior.

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