Basic Veterinary Immunology and Principles of Vaccination

Veterinary Immunology Courses

Introduction to Veterinary Immunology

A brief introduction to veterinary immunology and vaccination. Suitable for a general audience.

  • 4.5 hours of short video lectures and online quizzes = 5 hours RACE approved Veterinary* CE
  • List of Lectures
  • Lecture Slides; Lecture Outlines included (as PDF)
  • 90 days access for $225: Register

Advanced Courses

We recommend the following two courses as a package for those interested in more detailed information. Suitable for general audiences, or as a useful refresher for animal health professionals. Please contact us if you would like to take both (for $750, a 5% discount). We recommend you take the courses in the order below, but we give you the option of starting them whenever you choose (one after the other or at the same time).

Principles of Veterinary Immunology

This course provides an overview of veterinary immunology with a focus on infectious disease.

  • 11.5 hours of short video lectures and online quizzes = 13.5 hours RACE approved Veterinary* CE
  • List of Lectures
  • Lecture Slides; Lecture Outlines included (as PDF)
  • 120 days access for $575 Register

Principles of Veterinary Vaccinology

This course applies the principles of immunology to an understanding of how vaccines prevent disease, why vaccines sometimes fail to protect from disease and occasionally cause adverse reactions.

  • 4 hours of short video lectures and online quizzes = 5 hours RACE approved Veterinary* CE
  • List of Lectures
  • Lecture Slides; Lecture Outlines included (as PDF)
  • 90 days access for $225 Register

* RACE Approved for Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians. Category Medical, Non-Interactive Distance. Must achieve 70% on quizzes.

 

The Instructors

Dr. Jim Roth (left) has successfully taught veterinary immunology to veterinary students, veterinarians, veterinary biologics staff, and government officials from around the world. He is an award winning teacher and researcher. He has served as president of the American Association of Veterinary Immunologists. Dr. Roth can help you understand the immune system and apply that knowledge to everyday issues such as vaccination and allergic responses.

Dr. Gayle Brown (center) is an exceptional teacher who has received university and national awards for her teaching. She worked with Dr. Roth to develop the learning objectives and presentations. She is responsible for the course outlines and the exams. She grades each of the exams for the advanced courses and provides feedback to participants.

Dr. Kevan Flaming (right) oversees the technical delivery of the courses and ensures participants have a good online experience.