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PHYS 3127 : Biophysics: Macroscopic Physics in the Life Sciences
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BME-BS: Biomedical Engineering
BME-MINOR: Biomedical Engineering
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Biophysics: Macroscopic Physics in the Life Sciences
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PHYS 1012 or PHYS 1022 or PHYS 1022W; and MATH 2233
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Physical principles applied to biological systems and medicine; blood flow, ultrasonics, spectroscopy, radiation biology, bioenergetics, ordering theory, and neural networks.
To construct logical analysis of a biological problem. To apply the learned principles towards a real problem. To make mathematical connections between phenomenon and underlying principles. To present the developed understanding in a structural way.
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