ENGS 164 - Tissue Engineering

Description

This course will provide an overview of the field of Tissue Engineering, focusing on the development of biological constructs to replace, restore, and regenerate tissue. Content will include key concepts related to tissue structure, cellular fate processes, biomaterials, and the large-scale production of tissue engineered scaffolds. This course will incorporate lectures, quizzes, journal articles, and group projects for students to build a strong background in tissue engineering and experience the steps of designing a tissue engineered construct to be moved to market.

Prerequisites

ENGS 56, or ENGS 165, or both ENGS 24 and BIOL 12, or equivalent

Notes

This course title and description updated fall 2022

Offered

Term
Time
Location / Method
Instructor(s)
Term: Fall 2022
Time: 2
Location:
Instructors:

Katherine R. Hixon