MECH 545 Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering

3 semester hours

Introduction to human physiology and engineering applications foundational to Biomedical Engineering, including neuromuscular and aural physiology; biomechanics; prosthetics; assistive devices; brain-computer interface; stroke and rehabilitation engineering; medical devices; biomaterials; bioMEMS; microfluidics; biomedical imagining; synthetic biology; cellular and tissue engineering. Short Individual and team-based projects involve physiological simulations and literature review.

Lecture, 3 hours.

Senior or graduate standing required.

Majors only.

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