This course is offered to rising 11th — 12th graders.
This week-long course explores how bioengineers use engineering and scientific principles to solve problems related to our health and well-being. Become familiar with working principles of the design and usage of biomedical instruments, devices and implants. Surgery class and several labs—bioinstrumentation, atomic force microscopy, cell culture and histology—will help you understand what bioengineers do and the challenges they face. Finally, tour Clemson’s biomedical research labs and talk to students and researchers about their cutting-edge research.
This course is offered during Session 1 (June 5th, 2016 — June 11th, 2016) AND Session 3 (June 19th, 2016 — June 25th, 2016). Click here to view the schedule.