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This course introduces biomechanics as a means to describe mechanical behavior of biological tissues. A comprehensive course, it covers the fundamental concepts, experimental and theoretical approaches of biomechanics, and their applications in modern bioengineering, including mechano signal transduction, pathophysiology, tissue engineering and regeneration, medical implants, surgical intervention. Structural-mechanical properties of specific tissues, such as heart valves, cardiac tissues, blood vessels, tendon/ligament, skeletal muscles, cartilage, and meniscus will be discussed in great details. This course integrates the concepts of biomechanics, the underlying structural and biological mechanisms, illustrates how experimental, analytical and computational methods have been used to address clinical needs in enhancing the quality of health care delivery. Preferred background: satisfactory completion of BE 3380. Prerequisite: Accepted into the BE Professional Program or consent of the BE undergraduate advisor.

Modern Languages - Undergraduate Programs

...These classes may not be offered every semester...b. Choose one: SPAN 4312 SPAN 4336 SPAN...

Chemistry and Biochemistry - Undergraduate Programs

...of 2.25 to be eligible to major...CHEM 4311 and CHEM 4312. Only courses which...

Mathematics - Undergraduate Programs

...Science degree may also be acquired with the...MATH 3313 and MATH 4312 should prepare a...