Today (9/15), lecture #61)Biomedical engineering as a profession2)Diffusion and mass transferTuesday (9/20), lecture #71)Quiz #3: Muscle structure and function2)Modeling of physiological processesAnnouncements1)The syllabus has been updated: Reading #3 and #4 have been switched.2)Lecture #23 (Biomechanics and tissue mechanics) on Nov 22ndis a very important lecture. Multiple exam questions are covered in this lecture. You don’t want to miss it!3)Academic Integrity. I take this very seriously, you should too!
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