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Track Orders. Herman, Irving P. Physics of the human body. Michael C. This course is an undergraduate's introduction to the fascinating world of the brain and its study. The course will give an overview of the structure and function of the brain along with the nervous system using interesting case studies and descriptions of experiments.
Students will be introduced to various disciplines that go under the umbrella term of neurosciences like Cognitive, behavioral, network, cellular, developmental or computational neurosciences. The course will emphasize on the interdisciplinary nature of modern neuroscience and opportunities for people from various backgrounds to contribute to it. Towards the end of the course students pick a landmark paper or case study and present the same in class. Syllabus :- Introduction - Organization of the brain and its function; Behaviour and cognition; Systems : Motor, sensory and learning; Regions; Networks; Neuron; Ion channels; Neural development and disease; Role of experiments and computation in neuroscience; Methods in neuroscience; The interdisciplinary nature of neuroscience.
Neuroscience, Purves et al, Sinauer Associates Inc, This course is a first pass through the principles of working of the brain from the level of a single neuron to systems and behaviour. The course focuses on characterising the operating principles of the brain at various levels and the mathematical models used to represent them. The objective of the course is to develop in students an ability to convert concepts in neurophysiology into a mathematical model.
Syllabus :- Genesis of electrical activity in cells, resting membrane potentials; Neuron equivalent circuits and passive propagation in neurons; Hodgkin-Huxley equations and conductance based models; Ion channels and their diversity; Simple neuron models and analysis using dynamical systems concepts; Chemical and electrical synapses and their models; Neuronal networks and techniques for mathematical analysis; Models of learning and memory in the neuron and the network; Models of cognition, decision making and psychophysical models; Systems sensory and motor systems and their modeling; Neural coding Rate, temporal, population ; Neuronal data analysis techniques Pre-processing, Spike detection and sorting techniques.
Foundations of Cellular Neurophysiology, Johnston and Wu, Mathematical foundations of Neuroscience, Ermentrout and Terman The students need to understand the cellular structure and physiological functions.
Syllabus :- Cell structure and its organelles; Cell membrane; Cell homeostasis; Nucleus structure and function of its different components. Ganong's Review of Medical Physiology.
Kim E. McGraw-Hill Education, 24th edition. Hall, 12th Edition. The students need to understand different physiological systems; and their dysfunction by applying engineering and mathematics knowledge. The important systems which may be covered are respiratory, renal, endocrine, gastro-intestinal tract, cutaneous, and other relvant systems. This course is intended for practical handling experience for students for culture of mammalian cells. They should learn detailed step-wise protocols in culturing, freezing, splitting of mammalian cells. They should also learn basic molecular biology methods such as DNA, RNA isolation from cultured cells and running a polymerase chain reaction.
Culture of animal cells. Editor: R. Ian Freshney. The students will learn how to test the biomaterials along with a number of cell types in vitro and in vivo.
He should learn how the physiological cues are combined together with biomaterials for regenerative medicine point of view. Syllabus :- Tissue engineering: fundamentals and current status; Stem cells: embryonic and mesenchymal stem cells; cell differentiation; Extra-cellular matrix components and their regulation of cell behavior; In vitro and in vivo testing of biomaterials. Bioreactor; Cell migration; Growth factors; Different approaches for angiogenesis and its importance. Academic press.
Principles of Tissue Engineering. The students will learn in a seminar-based manner about a number of tissue-specific regenerative medicine and various approaches to achieve this. Syllabus :- Tissue-specific regenerative medicine: Bone, cartilage. Regulation and ethics of tissue engineering; Advanced methods applied in regenerative medicine field.
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This course is intended to understand the origin of signals in biosystems and living organisms, their sensing, detection and meaningful processing for practical diagnostic sensing applications. Various engineering aspects of the detection, acquisition, processing, and display of signals, biomedical sensors for measurements of biopotentials, ECG, force, displacement, blood pressure and temperature sensors, will be addressed in this course. The course includes work involving circuits, electronics, sensor design and interfaces for building complete biomedical instrumentation.
Syllabus :- Displacement sensors: Resistive sensors, strain sensors, bridge circuits, Inductive, capacitive, piezo-electric sensors; Temperature sensors: thermoelectric, radiation thermometry, thermistors, fiber-optic sensors; Biopotentials: Origin of biopotentials, Cell, nerve and muscle protentials, Action potential, resting potential, Membrane structure and Nernst Equation, Nerve cell, Biopotential electrodes and biopotential amplifiers, ECG principle, sensing, Lead ECG PQRS characteristics.
Optics and Optical Instruments: An Introduction: B. K. Johnson: Paperback: pages; Publisher: Dover Publications; 3rd Revised ed. edition (Nov. 2 ). Optics and Optical Instruments: An Introduction and millions of other books are . Introduction to Modern Optics (Dover Books on Physics) by Grant R. Fowles.
Operational Amplifiers and linear ICs,R. Gayakwad, Phi Learning, Additional research papers distributed in class. Syllabus :- Electrochemical devices for biosensing: blood glucose monitoring: Principle and working, cholesterol sensing, microfluidic devices, and Lab on a chip. Optics and Optical Instruments, B. Fundementals of Photonics B. Teich John Wiley Additional materials distributed in class. In this course, training will be given to the students in understanding the latest diagnostic modalities and state of art clinical imaging applications.
Practical aspects in Clinical Radiology, Radiation Physics and working of instrumentation would be addressed as a part of this course by allowing the students to visit and attend hospital sessions. Does this product ensure patient safety? Does this medical instrument make the patient feel more comfortable using it?
Questions such as these are asked not only by end-users, but also by science and engineering. Considering human factors, i. This course will first introduce psychology, highlight the role psychology plays in health both from a patient and doctor perspective, elaborate on human factors in medical device design, and how one tests for usability. Following this, students will visit some hospitals and observe patient experiences and interactions with medical devices. They will also interact with physicians to better understand their perspectives.