BIOENG-399 Immunoengineering (BA/MA Spring semesters)

Lecturer: Li Tang


Semester: Spring/BA6, MA4
Credits: 4

Immunoengineering is an emerging and quickly growing field where engineering principles are grounded in immunology. This optional course provides students a broad overview of how engineering approaches can be utilized to study immunology, modulate immune response, and develop novel immunotherapies. Practical applications in the context of developing novel treatment for cancer, infectious disease, and autoimmunity will be covered. Notable case studies will be presented with a focus on immune drug discovery and development. The purpose of this course is to enable students to be on the cutting edge of immunoengineering for future positions in academia or industry.

BIO-467 Scientific literature analysis in Bioengineering 
(Master Fall semesters)

Lecturers: Li Tang, Chan Cao, Christoph Merten


Semester: Fall/MA1, MA3
Credits: 4

Students are given the means to dig effectively into modern scientific literature in the multidisciplinary field of bioengineering. The method relies on granting sufficient time to become familiar with the background and hypotheses, on effective support during the analysis and on oral assessment.

BIO-603 (TL) Practical – Tang Lab

Lecturers: Li Tang
Credits: 1
Practical hours: 18 hours

In this course, the students will learn the basics skills in cancer immunotherapy and immunoengineering. Open to 4 students.