Prerequisites: 'C' or better in BME 3301 AND Full Major status in Biomedical Engineering.
Quantitative Intensive BS
Fundamental principles of mechanics applied to the study of biological systems. Passive mechanical behaviors of biological materials, measurement of nonlinear strain in tissues, arterial flow, mechanical interactions of implants with tissue, skeletal muscle mechanics, segmental biomechanics, and control of motion. Includes laboratory experience in material covered in lecture.