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IMMUNOLOGY COURSE

OUTLINE
Course Coordinator:
Prof.dr.Syarifuddin Wahid,PhD, Sp.PA, Sp.F (K) (Chairman)
dr. Agussalim Bukhari, MMed,Ph.D, Sp.GK (secretary)

LEARNING MECHANISM
4 CREDITS
BLOCK SYSTEM ( 4 WEEKS)
METHODE:

LECTURE

PRACTICUM

PBL/tutorial ( 2 MODULES)

NO CSL

LECTURE & PRACTICUM


LECTURE from each immunology topic
will be delivered by mostly senior lecturer
Practicum is not intended to build hard
skill but for recognition and analysis ability
In Immunology course there is no skill
lab practicum for hard skill.

COURSE TOPICS
BASIC IMMUNOLOGY:
1. OVERVIEW LECTURE
2.INTRODUCTION TO IMMUNE SYSTEM
3.INNATE IMMUNITY
4. ANTIGEN CAPTURE AND PRESENTATION TO H
LIMPHOCYTE
5. ANTIGEN RECOGNITION IN ADAPTIVE IMMUNE
SYSTEM
6.CELL-MEDIATED IMMUNE RESPONSES
7.EFFECTOR MECHANISMS OF CELL-MEDIATED
IMMUNITY
8.HUMORAL IMMUNE RESPONSES
9.EFFECTOR MECHANISMS OF HUMORAL
IMMUNITY
10.IMMUNITY AGAINST MICROBES
11.IMMUNITY AGAINSTFUNGUS AND PARASITE
12.HIPERSENSITIVITY DISEASES
13.CONGENITAL AND ACQUIRED
IMMUNODEFICIENCY
14.REPRODUCTION IMMUNITY
15.IMUNOLOGIC TOLERANCE AND
AUTOIMMUNITY
16.IMMUNE RESPONSES TO TRANSPLANTATION
17.IMMUNE RESPONSES TO TUMOR

APPLIED/Clinical
IMMUNOLOGY:
1.AIDS
2.ATOPIC
DISEASES/ASTHMA
BRONCHIALE
3.ATOPIC DERMATITIS
AND ALLERGIC DRUG
ERUPTION
4.NASAL ALLERGY
5.FOOD ALLERGY
6.VASCULITIS
7.IMUNISATION
8.THERAPEUTIC
MODALITY AND DRUG
ALLERGY
9.IMMUNOLOGY
LABORATORY TESTS

Lecture
Students must wear clean and tidy
clothes, and shoes on
Time and place of lecture as on
schedule
Lectures are given as outline or
introduction only, students must find
more information from other sources
(library, internet, etc)

LECTURE
25 topics : 1-2 hours each
Student centered
Involved departements & topic numbers:
Histology (3)
- Pediatric (2)
Biochemistry (2)
- ENT (1)
Pathology Anatomy (6) - Nutrition (1)
Internal medicine (2)
- Pharmacology
Microbiology (2)
- Clinical Pathology (1)
Parasitology (2)
Dermatology (2)

Lecturers
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Prof.dr. Syarifuddin Wahid, Ph.D, Sp.PA, Sp.F (Pathology Anatomy)


Dr. Rahmawati Minhajat, Ph.D(Histology)
Prof. Dr. dr. Syamsu, Sp.PD(KAI) (Internal Medicine)
dr. Julius Roma, Sp.A(K) (Pediatric)
dr. Robert setiadji, M.Sc, Sp.FK (Pharmacology)
Prof. dr. Moch. Hatta, Ph.D, SpMK (Microbiology)
dr. St. Wahyuni, Ph.D (Parasitology)
dr. Uleng Bahrun, Ph.D, Sp.PK (Clinical Pathology)
Dr. dr. Qadar Punagi, Sp.THT-KL (ENT)
dr. Farida Ilyas, Sp.KK (Dermatology)
dr. Agussalim Bukhari, M.Med, Ph.D, Sp.GK (Clinical Nutrition)
dr. Ika Yustisia, MS (Biochemistry)

PRACTICUM
There are 2 practicums from different
departments (Clinical pathology, and
Microbiology)
Place: Pharmacology lab (4th Floor) or
Biochemistry Lab (3rd Floor)

PRACTICUM
Practicum protocol handouts are
supplied by each departments
Students must wear lab coat and name
tag
Practicum exams will be performed
ONCE ONLY and NO REMEDIAL

TUTORIAL
For attending tutorial, students must
wear clean and tidy clothes, name taq,
and shoes on
Students will be divided into several
tutorial groups by MEU see the group
list on MEU announcement board
Each group will be guided by a tutor

TUTORIAL
2 Modules (Hypersensitivity &
Immunodeficiency)
4 meetings for each modul
Explanation (1 hour)
Tutorial I( 2 hours)
Tutorial II ( 2 hours)
Plenary discussion (4 hours)

TUTORIAL
Explanation to every module will be given
by the course coordinator before tutorial
Tutorial reports (group report) must be
submitted within 1 week after plenary
discussion to MEU

LECTURE REVIEW
Lecture review will be given 2x, 2 hours each
Review Immunology 1 (2 hours) to review all
lectures about basic immunology given before (to
review the first half lectures)
Review Immunology 2 (2 hours) to review the
clinical Immunology lectures given before (to
review the 2nd half lectures)

In this review, students are given chance to


ask anything about the previous lectures that
they do not understand

ASSESSMENT
Attendance of Lectures+Tutorial 80%
Exp: lectures=100, tutorial 50%
100 + 50 = 75% (not eligible)

Assessment includes:
-Final and Remedial written exams
100 MCQ questions
- Practicum exams (Only once, NO remedial)

ASSESSMENT
Final grade = 70% of final grade + 30% of
Practicum grade
Passing grade is 56
Grade after REMEDIAL is determined as :
(60% of Final grade + 40% of Remedial
grade)

Grading Before Remedial

A 80
B+ = 75 -<80
B = 71-74
B- = 66 - 70
C+ = 61 - 65
C = 56 - 60
Students other than Grade A can take
remedial exams to improve their Grade

Grading After Remedial


The range between grade is determined as:
(HIGHEST Grade-56)/6
6 scales grading applied as follows:
GRADE A 80
GRADE B+
GRADE B
Grade B Grade C+
Grade C

Final Semester Exams


Ujian Akhir Semester (UAS)