Introduction to bioengineering
0.- Bioengineering, biotechnology, biomedicine and clinical engineering. Biomedical engineering as the interface between engineering and biomedicine.
B1. Molecular Biology I: Basic concepts of chemistry applied to Biology
B2. Molecular Biology II: Proteins, Lipids, Polysaccharides, Nucleic Acids
B3. Cell Biology I: Cell structure and function
B4. Cell Biology II: Cell metabolism, signalling, communication
B5. Stem Cells: What are they, how are they obtained, what is their current utility and future potential?
B6. Regenerative Medicine / Tissue Engineering I: Is it possible to produce organs or tissues? Basic Methods and principles
B7. Regenerative Medicine II: State of the art, and examples of organ and tissue generation
E1. Bioelectricity: the language of our cells
E2. Bioinstrumentation: how to measure what is going on
E3. Implants and brain machine interfaces: talking to the machine
E4. Medical Imaging: seeing and understanding form
E5. Molecular imaging: discovering and measuring the function
E6. Surgical Room, the last frontier: Bringing technology to the surgeon.