History of Immunology eBook

Video lectures from Stanford Immunology PhD students

An electron micrograph of a human cell infected with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. The yellow dots are HIV particles. NIAID. Photo featured in Stanford News article.

Following the trajectory of scientific progress is integral to our ability to appreciate our current understanding of immunology and our ability to continue to ask important questions that uncover the complexity of the immune system and human health. As part of our PhD curriculum, students give a short overview highlighting the growth and study of various topics in immunology that we have provided here as an eBook.