Course Information for 4001 - Biotransport/Biomolecular
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Primary Instructor: Richard D. Rabbitt
Credits: 4.0
Semesters Offered:Spring
Frequency Offered:Annual
Prerequisites:Major status or department approval, Linear Algebra & Ordinary Diff. Eq. (Math 2250), and Physics for Scientists II (Phycs 2220)
Class Schedule: T,H 12:25-1:45pm + M or T 2:00--5:00 Lab
Catalog Description: This intermediate-level 4 credit-hour course is focused on the application of physical principles to 1) develop quantitative understanding of biophysical and transport processes in natural and engineered, membranes, tissues and organs and to 2) apply biophysical principles to the solution of biomedical engineering problems related to health and the human condition.
Required Texts:Online course materials (lecture notes, lab manuals, etc.)
Optional Texts:1) G.A. Truskey et al. Transport Phenomena in Biological Systems. Pearson Prentice Hall Bioengineering. ISBN-13 798-0-13-156988-1; ISBN-10 0-13-156988-0 2) T.F. Weiss. Cellular Biophysics, Vols. 1 and 2. The MIT Press (March 6, 1996) ISBN-13 978-0262231886
Course Syllabus:Syllabus_4001.pdf