BME_365R_Syllabus09_8_27_2009

BME_365R_Syllabus09_8_27_2009 - BME 365R: Engineering...

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BME 365R: Engineering Physiology I 1 BME 365R: Engineering Physiology I Fall 2009 Tu/Th 11:00 AM – 12:15PM BUR 116 Unique Numbers: 14485: M 12:00Noon to 1:00PM BME 3.312 14475: W 10:00 to 11:00AM BME 3.312 14490:   W 12:00 to 1:00PM BME 3.312 14480: F 10:00 to 11:00AM BME 3.312 Course Description: BME 365R, in conjunction with BME 365S, will provide a two-semester overview of human physiology, following a quantitative, model-oriented approach. BME 365R will concentrate on cellular, neuromuscular, central nervous, and vascular physiology. Prerequisites: Biology 205L OR 206L, Biomedical Engineering 311 AND 314, Chemistry 339K OR 369, Mathematics 427K, and Physics 303L and 103N. Instructors: Thomas E. Milner , Ph.D. Professor of Biomedical Engineering BME 1.108F Tel: (512) 471-1332 email: terra.laser@gmail.com Office hours: M/W 3:30-5:00 or by appointment H. Grady Rylander , MSEE, MD Professor of Biomedical Engineering BME 1.108A Tel: (512) 471-1995 email: rylander@mail.utexas.edu Office hours: Tu 2-3:30 or by appointment Teaching Assistants: Alex Hannah Yue Shi Office: BME 4.406 Office: BME 6.112 email: hannahas@mail.utexas.edu email: yshi@mail.utexas.edu Office hours: Th 1:30-2:30 PM Office hours: Tu 2:30-3:30PM Sahar Elahi Chris Condit (Head TA) Office: BME 1.344 Office: BME 1.344 email: sahar.elahi@gmail.com email: condit.chris@gmail.com Office hours: Th 1:00-2:00PM Office hours: F: 11:00-12:00PM
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BME 365R: Engineering Physiology I 2 Textbooks: Dee U. Silverthorn: Human Physiology, An Integrated Approach , 4 th Ed. Benjamin Cummings, 2006. (Optional but recommended) Irving P. Herman: Physics of the Human Body , 1 st Ed. Springer, 2007. (optional). MC Diamond, AB Scheibel, LM Elson: The Human Brain Coloring Book , Barnes and Nobel Books, New York, 1985, ISBN 0-06-460306-7. (optional) Homework: Homework assignments are due weekly at the beginning of class on Thursday. No late assignments will be accepted. Homework has to be your own, but general methods may be discussed with other students. The lowest single homework grade over all sections can be dropped. Attendance and Quiz: Attendance in class is important to properly follow the content of the class and you are encouraged to attend. Occasionally attendance will be taken. Depending on the instructor, unannounced quizzes of about 10 minutes duration may be given. These quizzes cover the content of the last two lectures as well as the
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