BioE 298 Seminar
In medical school, faculty teach what is ‘known’. In anti-medical school, faculty teach what is ‘unknown’, the opportunities for invention. Weekly meetings for this course consist of clinical presentations by M.D. faculty on current challenges in clinical healthcare, followed by interactive class discussions and brainstorming. Pre-meetings consist of a sub-group of students discussing content with the speaker two weeks before class and identifying review articles. Topics covered include drug delivery, informatics, imaging, materials, surgical instruments and devices.
2013 Schedule TBA
Units: grad students may elect to take the class for 2 units by completing a group project. Otherwise, the class may be taken as a 1-unit seminar.