EAD|BIM 289 - Special Topics in Biophotonics
Special Topics in Biophotonics
241 Hunt Hall, Tu & Th 1:40 ~ 3:00PM
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Dennis Matthews, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept of Neurological Surgery, UC Davis
Director, NSF Center for Biophotonics
Member of Applied Science and BME Graduate Groups
The NSF Center for Biophotonics Science and Technology (CBST) is pleased to announce a lecture series for graduate students focused on research and development of novel light and optical technologies, as applied to the life sciences and medicine. Lectures will be given by Dr. Dennis Matthews, as well as other leading researchers at the Center’s participating institutions. The course will be broadcast on televideo to allow faculty and students at other campuses to participate. Course grades will be based on term papers submitted by the students, summarizing what they have learned and proposing ideas for extending biophotonics research.
This course is listed in the Dept of Biomedical Engineering as BIM 289B and under the Dept of Applied Sciences as EAD 289F. For more information, please contact Dr. Frank Chuang (916) 734-1773; or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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