Syllabus Spring 2011

Syllabus Spring 2011 - Spring 2011 UCLA Department of...

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Spring 2011 UCLA Department of Bioengineering BIOENGR 167L: Bioengineering Laboratory Instructor: Prof. Dino Di Carlo ( dicarlo@seas.ucla.edu ), 5121E Engineering V Prof. Darice Wong ( dywong@seas.ucla.edu ), 4121N Engineering V Class Hours: Lecture: Tues/Thurs 8:00 – 8:50 am (3400 Boelter Hall) Lab Section 1A: Monday and Wednesday 9:00 – 11:50 am (7738 Boelter Hall) Lab Section 1B: Monday and Wednesday 12:00 – 2:50 pm (7738 Boelter Hall) Lab Section 1C: Monday and Wednesday 3:00 – 5:50 pm (7738 Boelter Hall) Lab Section 1D: Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 – 11:50 am (7738 Boelter Hall) Lab Section 1E: Tuesday and Thursday 12:00 – 2:50 pm (7738 Boelter Hall) Lab Section 1F: Tuesday and Thursday 3:00 – 5:50 pm (7738 Boelter Hall) Teaching Assistants: Head TA: Mike Choe (mikespace1980@hotmail.com) Section 1A: Geoff Kung ( geoffkung@ucla.edu ) Section 1B: Garret Mosley ( gmosley7@gmail.com ) Section 1C: Vidyun Ramaprasad ( vidyunrama@gmail.com ) Section 1D: Walter Liau ( wtliau@ucla.edu ) Section 1E: Mahdokht Masaeli ( m.masaeli@gmail.com ) Section 1F: Leyla Esfandiari ( lesfandiari@ucla.edu ) Office Hours: Prof. Di Carlo - Friday 4:00-5:00 pm or by appointment Prof. Wong – Tuesday 9am-10am or by appointment TAs – by appointment Website: Text: Required: None. Handouts will be provided as needed and posted on the website. Recommended: At the Bench: A Laboratory Navigator . Kathy Barker.
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Course Description: This class will focus on development of practical laboratory skills and analytical techniques of use for bioengineering research. At the end of this lab you will have learned how to successfully pattern cell growth on a surface into an arbitrary pattern of your choosing. This will involve step-by-step laboratories investigating various aspects of bioengineering including bioconjugation, soft lithography, surface modification, microcontact printing, cell and tissue culture, and microscopy. Lectures will be synchronized with your laboratory investigations to provide a broader context to the experimental techniques and provide valuable opportunities for analysis of current scientific writing and research practices. Learning Outcomes: By the end of the quarter you will be able to do the following: 1. Critical Laboratory Skills : Gain a diverse skill set of bioengineering skills useful for current biomedical engineering research and practice. 2. Critical Thinking and Analysis : Understand the process of scientific experimentation, analysis of current research, and developing logically sound experimental processes. 3.
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