BIOE 215: Biological Imaging and Spectroscopy
Introduces the fundamental principles of imaging and spectroscopy for biological systems, including biomolecules, cells, tissue and organisms. The general principles of biological imaging and spectroscopy will be discussed together with a variety of imaging methods, including optical microscopy, electron microscopy, x-ray imaging, emission tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging; and a variety of spectroscopy techniques including optical and fluorescence spectroscopy of biomolecules, single molecule detection, x-ray and neutron diffraction, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Anticipated term(s) course will be offered:
Repeatable for Credit: No
Normal Letter Grade only
Requisites and Restrictions
Instructor Permission Required: Yes
Students must pass the Bioengineering graduate preliminary exam.
Fall 2020 course scheduling information
Spring 2021 course scheduling information
Summer 2021 course scheduling information
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