Laboratory of Nanomedicine
 
BioE 201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
with Dr. Ken Webb
BioE201
 

Provides engineering, biological, and physical science students with an overview of the replacement of human body parts and problems related to artificial devices. Preq: BioE 101 or BIOL 103 or 110; CH 102; or consent of instructor. Course Syllabus

 
BioE 449 Drug Delivery
BioE 449
 

Explores fundamental principles of controlled drug delivery including drug release mechanisms, physiological barriers, and various types of delivery routes. Specific emphasis is placed on understanding drug delivery technologies and processes to scale up the fabrication of drug delivery systems. Preq: BioE 302 or consent of instructor. Course Syllabus

 
BioE 450 Undergraduate Research
BioE 450
 

Mentor undergraduate research. Undergraduate students work with graduate students or in teams for independent research projects. Comprehensive study of a topic of current interest in the field of bioengineering under the direct supervision and guidance of a faculty member. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits, but only if different topics are covered. Preq: Consent of instructor.

 
BioE 460 International Bioengineering Research Topics (Singapore)
BioE 460
 

Comprehensive study and research exposure relating to bioengineering research topics at an international institution through the Bioengineering study abroad program. Students study at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Students are exposed to laboratory and research methods while under the direct supervision and guidance of approved international mentors. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits. Preq: Consent of instructor.

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Making Memories: One student's reflection of her Singapore experience

 
Women In Science and Engineering (WISE) Summer Program

 

Host a 2-day introduction to the field of Bioengineering for the WISE Summer Program. Incoming freshman women in the sciences are given a brief exposure to the field of Bioengineering. Topics include histology, nanoparticle-cell interaction, and multicellular spheroids.

 
EUREKA! Summer Program
 

Host a one month summer program for incoming freshman Calhoun Honors College students. Students are assigned to a graduate student and learn basic research techniques. During the course of the program students participate in ‘journal club’ and at the end present a formal research poster.

 

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