Program Learning Objectives
- Perform fundamental laboratory skills involved in regenerative medicine research & development.
- Discuss and critically evaluate biomedical primary literature.
- Effectively communicate technical topics to both peer and lay audiences.
- Explain the process of biotechnology development & commercialization.
- Describe how research & development efforts are motivated by and impact physician & patient experiences.
- Design and execute independent research projects.
|BMED 520||Modeling of Biomedical Systems||4|
|or BMED 530||Biomaterials|
|BMED 505||Biomedical Signal Transduction and Data Acquisition||4|
|or BMED 515||Introduction to Biomedical Imaging|
|STAT 513||Applied Experimental Design and Regression Models||4|
|or IME 527||Design of Experiments|
|BMED 510||Principles of Tissue Engineering||4|
|BMED 560||Cell Transplantation and Biotherapeutics||2|
|BMED 561||Cell Transplantation and Biotherapeutics Laboratory||2|
|BIO/CHEM 475||Molecular Biology Laboratory||3-5|
|or ASCI 403||Applied Biotechnology in Animal Science|
|BIO 534||Principles of Stem Cell Biology||2|
|ASCI 581||Graduate Seminar in Animal Science||1|
|BIO 590||Seminar in Biology||1|
|BMED 563||Biomedical Engineering Graduate Seminar||2|
|BIO 509||Communicating Biology to General Audiences||1|
|BIO/ASCI/BMED 583||Research Experience for Regenerative Medicine Students||2|
|ASCI/BIO/BMED 593||Regenerative Medicine Internship||9|
|Approved Electives 1||4|
The range of elective units reflects differences in the Molecular Techniques Course options (BIO 475; ASCI 403) and inclusion of BMED 500, such that the total required units for the program are 45.