This information is without prejudice. Alterations can be made for next year
This course aims at familiarizing the students with some of the recent developments at the interface of physics and engineering with biomedicine and pharmaceutical sciences. Students will learn among others about chip-based diagnostics and organ-on-chips, microfluidics, biomechanics, single-cell and single molecule biophysics and their medical relevance.
Dr. Alireza Mashaghi Tabari (firstname.lastname@example.org)
BPS master students are eligible. English proficiency is needed.
Mode of instruction
Lectures and self study.
To be announced
The students will get an overview of the following topics:
Molecular biophysics: contributions and opportunities for biopharmaceutical sciences
Cell biophysics: contributions and opportunities for biopharmaceutical sciences
Systems biophysics for biopharmaceutical sciences
Nanotechnology for biopharmaceutical sciences
Chip-based assays for biopharmaceutical sciences
The assessment comprises an exam (70% of final grade) and an individual/group (depends on the number of students) case study or literature review (30% of final grade).
The course is scheduled for March 2020.
The specific schedule for the course will be announced on Blackboard.
Application via uSis max. 14 days before the start of the course.
A minimum of 5 participants is required with a maximum of 25. Placement is based on the registration date.