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Biosensors 1. 3 cr. hrs. & Biomedical sensors 2. 3 cr. hrs.

This course provides graduate and undergraduate engineering students an in-depth knowledge of the growing and highly multidisciplinary field of biosensors and biophotonics. This course will survey a variety of methods to detect biological molecules using mainly optical and electrical transduction mechanisms. This is a course for those who wish to learn how to design Electrical / Optical MEMS/NEMS/Microsystems, and a good foundation for graduate research in the areas of biosensors, biophotonics, micro-nano photonics and cellular and molecular optical imaging. Emphasis will be placed on how they operate and under what circumstances they can be useful. Some pedagogical approaches will be introduced to make it easier to learn some of the cross-disciplinary material. Self-learning, gaining knowledge through team interactions and projects will be emphasized in this course.

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Bioelectronics Design Lab 1. 5 cr. hrs.

Understanding the principles of operation, safe operating procedures and methods of medical instrument selection. Design of experiments to measure physiological parameters. Typical experiments include: electrical safety; myography; force measurement; operational amplifier characterization; active filter; respiration monitoring. Actual medical instruments used under approximate clinical conditions. Report writing. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab.

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Bioelectronics Design Lab 2. 5 cr. hrs.

Design of circuits used in research and clinical instrumentation. Experiments include the design, fabrication and evaluation of specific circuits. Typical projects include circuits used for: patient isolation from electrical hazard, measurement of heart rate, multiplexing and demultiplexing and analog to digital conversion. Design projects incorporating microprocessors are also included. Students required to submit reports. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab.

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Biomechanics Design Lab 1. 4 cr. hrs.

Intended for those students pursuing the Biomedical Engineering Biomechanics option. The application of principles of engineering mechanics, data acquisition and basic electronics in the design and utilization of biomechanical instrumentation. Principles of transduction, mechanics, sampling theory, strain, temperature, and flow measurement as applied to biomechanical systems. A background in data acquisition, electrical safety, operational amplifier and bridge circuits, and measurements is provided. Experiments investigate biomechanics of the musculoskeletal and cardiovascular systems and include design content. Report writing. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab.

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Biomechanics Design Lab 2. 4 cr. hrs.

Provides students with experience in the design and implementation of appropriate experimental procedures to analyze biomechanical problems. Students will become familiar with various types of advanced transducers which will be used in conjunction with data acquisition workstations to obtain thermal, flow, strain, and related physiological data from biomechanical systems. Topics include mechanical properties of active muscle; analysis of human motion; postural stability; thermal regulation; cardiovascular mechanics; stress distribution in skeletal system; and comparison of static and dynamic biomechanical responses to load. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab.

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Biomedical Instrumentation Design. 4 cr. hrs.

Problems in instrumentation relating to physiological measurements in the laboratory and clinic. Electronic devices for stimulus as well as measurement of physiological quantities. Design of actual instruments. Features include mechanical design, accessory design and safety requirements.

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Image Processing for the Biomedical Sciences. 4 cr. hrs.

This course serves as an introduction to biomedical image processing. Topics explored included the human visual system, spatial sampling and digitization, image transforms, spatial filtering, Fourier analysis, image enhancement and restoration, nonlinear and adaptive filters, color image processing, geometrical operations and morphological filtering, image coding and compression image segmentation, feature extraction and object classification. Applications in diagnostic medicine, biology and biomedical research are emphasized and presented as illustrative examples.

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Clinical Issues in Biomedical Engineering Design. 4 cr. hr.

Develops clinical literacy in areas including medical terminology, working with medical professionals, professional conduct in the clinical environment, operating room workflow, and the technical needs of surgeons, nurses, dentists, and others. Students observe procedures in the clinical environment and learn to listen, ask questions, and identify problems, unmet needs and opportunities for new product development. Students participate in field trips to obtain hands-on experience with various medical and dental devices. A project proposal for a new medical device or technology is required at the end of the course.

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