BIOE 7000: Principles of Bioengineering
Seminar - 4 credits
- Designed to introduce new graduate bioengineering students to the fundamentals of bioengineering research topics and methodology.
- Includes outside speakers to discuss general topics in bioengineering.
- Examples of course topics include the medical device qualification and regulatory environment, tissue engineering, cell engineering, mechanobiology, drug delivery, bioimaging, neuromotor control, effective design of experiments, writing research proposals for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and how to evaluate and write a peer-reviewed journal article, etc.
- Expects students to read, critically evaluate, and present the research in a bioengineering journal article.
- Students are then expected to extend their article into a hypothesis-driven proposal in NIH format with an oral defense of the proposal.
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