Faculty & Research
Human Physiology and Immunology
Ph.D., Medical Physiology, University of Michigan, 1976
Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Yale University,
Infectious Diseases, 1976-1979
Dr. Bernheim is interested in the integration of the immunological responses, specifically
how cytokines affect the outcome of host parasite interactions.
Harry is very involved in University activities including his position as Chair of the Health
Professions Recommendation Committee (HPRC), which is responsible for writing letters of
recommendation for students applying to health professional schools.
Harry also serves on the Advisory Board for the Community Health Major, a discipline that investigates
the reaction and actions that a community takes to various health issues, and he serves on the Faculty Research
Awards Committee which has the pleasant task of allocating funds to faculty for research both within and outside the University. He also serves on the Faculty Advisory Board.
Prof. Bernheim is the Faculty Advisor to students who organize and run the Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium.
This annual symposium allows students to showcase their original research and scholarship they have conducted or
participated in during the current academic year.
Biology 14: Organisms and Populations
Biology 75: Comparative Vertebrate Physiology
Biology 104: Immunology
Biology 115 and
116: General Physiology
Biology 178: Seminar in Immunology
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