GS21 1093 Topics in Translational Biomedical Engineering
Mathur, Anshu. Three semester hours. Fall, annually. Prerequisite: None.
This course is designed to address applications of engineering methods and technologies for translation into medicine with animal models such that translation is emphasized. The emphasis areas include: Cellular Interface of Biomaterials and Devices in Clinically Translatable In vivo Systems, Repair and Regeneration of Tissues, Cancer Cells and Therapeutic Targeting, Nanotechnology and Applied Nanomedicine, Cell and Tissue Detection Devices and Applications, Transfer of Device Technology Pathway and FDA approval. Faculty members are invited from various disciplines from MDACC, UTHSC, and Rice University to lecture about their research expertise area during the class sessions.