This course will cover hands-on experimental and design work primarily in the areas of physiology, cell and tissue engineering, and biomedical instrumentation. In addition to teaching and allowing students to perform state-of-the art experimental techniques, this course will emphasize the business end of biomedical engineering innovation including identification of engineered needs and FDA regulation.

Course prerequisite(s): 

585.601 and 585.602 Physiology for Applied Biomedical Engineering I and II and 585.615 Mathematical Methods for Applied Biomedical Engineering or 535.641 Mathematical Methods for Engineers must be completed.

Course note(s): 

This course is a combination online course and residency program at the Homewood campus.

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