M.Eng. Courses

Spring 2016

  • BioE C209, Advanced Orthopedic Biomechanics
  • BioE 211, Cell and Tissue Mechanotransduction
  • BioE 221, Advanced BioMEMS and Bionanotechnology
  • BioE 221L, BioMEMS and Bionanotechnology Laboratory
  • BioE 224, Basic Principles of Drug Delivery
  • BioE 231, Intro to Computational Biology
  • BioE 247 , Principles of Synthetic Biology
  • BioE 248, Bioenergy and Sustanable Chemical Synthesis: Metabolic Engineering and Synthetic Biology
  • BioE C250, Nanomaterials in Medicine
  • BioE 252, Clinical Need-Based Therapy Solutions
  • BioE C261, Medical Imaging Signals and Systems
  • BioE 263, Principles of Molecular & Cellular Biophotonics
  • BioE 290/1, Advanced Topics in Bionengineering

Spring 2017

  • BioE C213 (Staff), Fluid Mechanics of Biological System
  • BioE C214 (O’Connell), Advanced Tissue Mechanics
  • BioE C216 (Murthy), Macromolecular Science in Biotechnology and Medicine
  • BioE C222 (Staff), Advanced Structural Aspects of Biomaterials
  • BioE 221 (Liepmann), Advanced BioMEMS and Bionanotechnology
  • BioE 235 (Arkin), Frontiers in Microbial Systems Biology
  • BioE 241 (Holmes), Probabilistic Modeling in Computational Biology
  • BioE 244 (Sjolander), Introduction to Protein Informatics
  • BioE 263L (Marriott), Molecular and Cellular Biophotonics Laboratory
  • BioE 290/1 (Kirn), Biotechnology, Entrepreneuership, Innovation and Product Development
  • BioE 290/2 (Hossainy), Applied Math for Bioengineers
  • BioE 295 (Lam), Bringing Biomedical Devices to Market