BME 4110 Science and Technology Approaches to Problems in Human Health
Fall. 3 credits.
Prerequisites: junior, senior, or graduate standing; sophomores by permission of instructor.
Provides an in-depth look at diseases that impact human health along with current scientific research and engineering that is aimed at addressing these problems. Faculty from the Weill Cornell Medical College discuss healthproblems they are unable to treat as well as they would like, then Cornell University and Weill faculty discuss current research aimed at better understanding disease process, developing new treatment strategies, and improving patient outcomes. The course is particularly appropriate for students considering medical school or careers in biomedical science and engineering.