BE 4325: Fundamentals of Bioengineering Fall 2010

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B
E 4325:
F
u
ndamentals of
Bio
e
ngineering

Fall 20
10



Class meets:



Monday and
Wednesday

from
5:30


6:50

PM





WH
3
08


Instructor:


Young
-
tae Kim

Office
:



ELB

332

Email:


ykim
@uta.edu

Office Hrs:


After class or by prior set up of appointment via e
-
mail


T
A:




Srikanth V
asudevan

Office:




ELB 322

Em
ail:


srikanth.vasudevan@mavs.uta.edu

Contact:



817
-
272
-
5754

Office Hrs:



Wednesday

2:00


4
:0
0 P
M


Lecture:




Lecture





6
0 min (M
onday
)





First paper pres
entation/discussion


50

min (W
ednesday
)




Second pa
per presentation/discussion



50

min (W
ednesday
)


Grading Policy:


Weekly
h
ome
work

(summary of papers)





2
0
%




Paper presentation

(peer grading)





20
%




Class attendance








10%



Research proposal:

(peer grading)

15

min oral presentation




20%





4 page written proposal




20%





Proposal
review (summary and criti
c
)


10
%


All a
ssigned homework
submitted after
deadline
: 30% of score

will be

deducted for late
submission.



Course Schedule


Date





Lecture
Topic


Aug.
30
, Monday


Overview of Bio
e
ngineering

Sept
.
1
, Wednesday


Scientific communications (abstract, post
er, paper, and grant proposal)






Brief
introduction

to

paper presentation/discussion


and

research proposal



Sept
.
6
, Monday


Labor day
holiday
(no class)

Sept.
8
, Wednesday


Biomimetics
, technology that mimics nature (lecture)


Sept.
13
, Monday


Mic
rofluidics (lecture)

Sept. 15
, Wednesday


Microfluidics (paper presentation/discussion)


Sept.
20
, Monday


Biomaterials (lecture)

Sept.
22
, Wednesday


Biomaterials (paper presentation/discussion)


Sept. 2
7
, Monday


Tissue Engineering (lecture)

Sept
. 2
9
, We
dnesday


Tissue Engineering (paper presentation/discussion)


Oct
.
4
,
Monday



Bioreactors (lecture)

Oct
.
6
, Wednesday


Bioreactors (paper presentation/discussion)


Oct.
11
, Monday


Neuroengineering
(PNS)
(lecture)

Oct.
13
, Wednesday


Neuroengineering (pape
r presentation/discussion)


Oct. 1
8
,
Monday


Nerve injury and regeneration
(CNS)
(lecture)

Oct.
20
, Wednesday


Nerve injury and regeneration (paper presentation/discussion)


Oct.
25
, Monday


Medical Imaging
(Tissue and organ imaging)
(lecture)

Oct.

2
7
, Wed
nesday


Medical Imaging (paper presentation/discussion)





Nov
.
1
,
Monday


Optical Imaging (
Cellular/molecular imaging
)

(lecture)

Nov
.
3
, Wednesday

Optical Imaging (
Cellular/molecular imaging
)

(paper presentation/discussion)

Nov. 5,

Friday



Last day to drop classes


Nov.
8
, Monday


Introduction to
Research proposal

Nov. 8
, Monday


Engineering enabled cancer detection/treatment (lecture)

Nov.
10
,
Wednesday

Engineering enabled cancer detection/treatment (paper presentation/discussion)


Nov.
1
5
, Monday


Neuroprosthetics (
lecture)

Nov. 1
7
, Wednesday


Neuroprosthetics (paper presentation/discussion)


Nov.
22
, Monday


Nanotechnology (lecture)

Nov.
24
, Wednesday


Bioinstrumentation (lecture)


Nov. 2
9
,
Monday


Drug/protein delivery

(lecture)






De
adline for written research proposal submission

Dec
.
1
, Wednesday

Research proposal presentation
/review

I
(
15
min
presentation and 5

min

discussion
)


Dec
.
6
, Monday



Research proposal presentation
/review

II

Dec.
8
,
Wednesday


Research proposal presentatio
n
/review

III

Dec. 13, Monday


Research proposal presentation/review IV


Attendance and drop policy:


Class attendance is required.
Please also consult the printed class schedule and UTA Web
Site for deadlines for dropping courses.


American with Disabiliti
es Act
:

Please inform me immediately, if you have a need for special accommodation due to a
disability.


Academic Dishonesty:

It is the philosophy of The University of Texas at Arlington that academic dishonesty is a
completely unacceptable mode of conduct

and will not be tolerated in any form. All persons involved in academic
dishonesty will be disciplined in accordance with University regulations and procedures.
Discipline may include
suspension or expulsion from the University
. "Scholastic dishonesty in
cludes but is not limited to cheating, plagiarism,
collusion, the submission for credit of any work or materials that are attributable in whole or in part to another person,
taking an examination for another person, any act designed to give unfair advantag
e to a student or the attempt to commit
such acts." (Regents' Rules and Regulations, Part One, Chapter VI, Section 3, Subsection 3.2, Subdivision 3.22)
.