Infection and Immunity Seminar Series are offered as the Current Topics in Microbiology course. The Department invites guest speakers to talk about their current research. The seminars are a compulsory part of our graduate program but are open to all interested participants.
Seminars, unless otherwise indicated, are held on Thursdays at 11:00 AM in the Duff Amphitheater of the Lyman Duff Building located at 3775 University st.
My CGPA is below 3.2. Can I still apply?
You can still apply for Graduate Studies if your CGPA is below 3.2. The university cut-off for CGPA is 3.0, but some students with CGPAs below 3.0 can be considered if the Department believes they possess other strong attributes that would make a successful researcher or scholar.
My CGPA is too low. Can I be admitted to do a qualifying year?
No. The Department does not recommend students for admission pending completion of a qualifying year.
I am a student from Indi
Mechanisms and applications of group II intron mobility;
Evolution of mobile group II introns; Lactococcus lactis live vaccines
Accepting graduate students and postdocs
Students who will enter their final year of undergraduate studies in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology are encouraged to consider Independent Studies in Microbiology and Immunology, MIMM 501/502 D1, D2. The course is an intensive 12-credit program of study and research in the laboratory of one of the professors of the Department.
A grade of C or better must be obtained in all required courses. A student who has a CGPA of 3.2 or higher can apply for admission to the graduate program in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology.
Results of student evaluations for MIMM courses in 2004-2005, in PDF format. To find other course evaluation data, see Office of the Provost site: course evaluations.
Professor and Program Leader;
Associate Professor; Immunology
Role of the B7/CD28/CTLA-4 costimulatory system in the maintenance of lymphocyte homeostasis and the development of autoimmunity
Lyman Duff Medical Buildingcostimulatory system in the maintenance of lymphocyte homeostasis and the development of autoimmunity
3775 University St., Room 603
Montreal, QC H3A 2B4
Tel: (514) 398-7273
Fax: (514) 398-70
This 68-credit program is designed for students who want to acquire a substantial background in microbiology and immunology, and in related disciplines (chemistry, biology, biochemistry). This will prepare them for professional schools, graduate education, or for entry in industry or in research institutes.
A grade of C or better must be obtained in all required courses.