BME 210: Intermediate Engineering Design: Electronics, Mechanisms, Controllers
Introduction to engineering design, development and fabrication tools. Concepts of mechanical, electronic and software design.
BME 214: Introduction to Biomechanics
Fundamentals of statics and dynamics in the context of real-world problems in biomechanics.
BME 295C: Challenges in Biomedical Engineering
Themes of biomedical engineering in the context of health-related challenges.
BME 302: Applications of Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering
This course introduce numerical methods for solving mathematical problems from various fields of engineering especially biomedical engineering. We will cover the concepts of numerical interpolation, linear algebra, numerical differentiation and integration, and numerical solution of differential equations. We will use computer programming to solve problems in science and engineering with a theme of biomechanics and mechanobiology.
BME 330: Biomedical Instrumentation
Design, conduct and analyze measurements on living systems.
BME 331: Introduction to Fluid Dynamics
Fundamentals of fluid mechanics.
BME 376: Biomedical Statistics
Statistics in biomedical engineering and research.
BME 416: Biomedical Imaging
Introduction to the mathematical, physical, engineering and biological principles important to a variety of biomedical imaging methods including optical imaging, X-ray imaging, CT, PET, SPECT and MRI.
BME 417: Measurement and Data Analysis
Biomedical instrumentation, sensors, physiological measurements, analog and digital signal processing, data acquisition, data reduction, statistical treatment of data, and safety issues.
BME 420: Biophotonics
Interaction of light with biological material. Use of photonics in medical diagnostics. Introductory biological concepts such as DNA, proteins, cells and tissues. Principles and applications of bioimaging, spectroscopy and biosensors, as well as summarized recently published progress in the field.
BME 447: Sensors and Controls
Selection, interfacing and calibration of digital and analog sensors to measure physical variables. Optical electrochemical and piezoelectric biosensors. Basic bioprocess control.
BME 461: Biological and Synthetic Materials
Structure and properties of biological materials and composites, such as bone, teeth and elastin. Synthetic materials as substitutes for biological materials, biocompatibility.
BME 466: Biomechanical Engineering
Biosolids, biofluids, biotransport; physiological systems; bioheat transfer.
BME 477: Introduction to Biomedical Informatics
Topics at the intersection of people, health information and technology.
BME 480: Translational Biomedical Engineering
Benefits, methods and difficulties of translating laboratory results into products that are successful in the clinic and in the marketplace.
BME 481A: Innovation, Translation and Entrepreneurship
Innovation in the medical arena.
BME 481B: Cell and Tissue Engineering
Applied genetics, metabolic regulation and bioreactors employed in industrial processes for manufacture of pharmaceuticals and in the design of tissue engineered devices to replace normal physiological function.
BME 483: Micro Biomechanics
Thermodynamics, mechanics, and structures of biomolecules (e.g., proteins and DNA) and cells. Deformation mechanisms and theories for both flexible and semi-rigid chains, and the applications in biomolecules and cells. Experimental micro biomechanics techniques for both biomolecules and cells.
BME 485: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology for Biomedical Engineers
Fundamental concepts underlying nano technological advances, such as quantum mechanics, chemical kinetics and materials science.
BME 486: Biomaterial-Tissue Interactions
Biomaterials and their applications; protein-surface and blood-biomaterial interactions, inflammation, wound healing, biocompatibility, implants and tissue engineering.
BME 492: Directed Research
Please submit Directed Research Form to the BME adviser. (1-6 units)
BME 497G: Clinical Rotation
An introduction to clinical practice for undergraduate students in biomedical engineering.