BE 4324. BIOMEDICAL OPTICS LABORATORY. 3 Hours.
The primary objective of this course is to provide students hands-on experience with fundamental optical techniques and instrumentation used in modern biomedical research and applications. The skills learned will be valuable to anyone who intends to work in an experimental setting that requires working knowledge of optical instrumentation and techniques. The course is divided into ten core lab modules that cover topics ranging from basic optical techniques to advanced imaging and spectroscopy techniques. Preferred background: satisfactory completion of BE 3320. Prerequisite: Accepted into the BE Professional Program or consent of the BE undergraduate advisor.