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He was trained as an internist and specialized in immunology research.
There’s another approach that is years away because it hasn’t been tested in humans, but which Lorena Brown, a professor of microbiology and immunology at the University of Melbourne, says may have the potential to transform the field.
James Gern, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison who has studied immunology, was skeptical of many of the cold-ducking practices used by Olympians.
Recent subjects include immunology, economic development, Dostoyevsky, Plato, Marx, Durkheim and—perhaps naturally for a group of rustic Übermenschen—Nietzsche.
Outpatient services for pediatric specialties that include cardiology, endocrinology, allergy/immunology, neurology, pulmonology, sports medicine, orthopedics, urology, gastroenterology and ophthalmology will be on the second floor.
The whole field of immunology for treating cancer is bursting forth right now, and that’s the frontier for treating breast cancer.
The recipients work in a variety of fields, from computer science to theater, immunology and photography.
The 40-year-old New Yorker was a concert pianist early in his career but tired of all-day practice sessions and in his mid-20s pursued a master’s degree in immunology.
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Origin and Etymology of immunology
First Known Use: 1906See Words from the same year
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Definition of immunology for English Language Learners
: a science that deals with the ways in which the body protects itself from diseases and infections
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