BIOE 598 - Preclinical Molecular Imaging

Spring 2021

Stem Cell BioengineeringGU60232ONL41530 - 1650 T R    Roy Dar
Cancer NanotechnologyNIO60236ONL41700 - 1820 T R    Shuming Nie
Exprmnt Design & OptimizationPJ46896E141300 - 1350 M W F    Paul A Jensen
Exprmnt Design & OptimizationPJO57892ONL4 -    Paul A Jensen
Quantitative BiotechnologyPS66022ONL40930 - 1050 M W    Thomas Gaj
Quant PharmacologyQP46520E241400 - 1520 T R    Andrew M Smith
Regulatory and Safety IssuesRI46468ONL40930 - 1050 T R    Jenny Amos
Regulatory and Safety IssuesRIO46922ONL4 -    Jenny Amos
Preclinical Molecular ImagingWD60234ONL4 -    Wawrzyniec Dobrucki

Course Description

Systems Biology and Bioengineering are emerging fields that require new minds that are adept in integrating biology with mathematics and computation. In this course you will receive training in bimodal systems biology: (1) Translating experimental observations to mathematical representations. (2) Deterministic network model development, mathematical solution techniques, simulation, and prediction. These approaches will be presented in the context of tumor angiogenesis. Here students will examine the angiogenic signaling pathways, and apply systems biology and bioengineering approaches to design new therapeutics targeting tumor vasculature.

Credit Hours

4 hours


MCB 150 and one of the following courses: BIOE 201, CHBE 221, or TAM 210/212.