Area VII BioMedical Sciences and Engineering

Every graduate student in Bioelectrical Engineering is free to plan an individual program of study subject to the advice and consent of his faculty counselor and research advisor. A sample of courses that fall within each sub-area is listed below.

Cellular and Molecular Engineering

  • 6.581 (Algorithms and Computational Techniques in Systems Biology – not on grid)
  • 6.561 (Fields, Forces and Flows in Biological Systems)
  • 6.582 (Molecular Simulations)
  • 6.580J (Synthetic Biology)
  • 6.524J (Molecular, Cellular, and Tissue Biomechanics)
  • 6.521 (Cellular Biophysics)
  • 6.874 (Computational Systems Biology)

Medical Imaging

  • 6.341 (Discrete-Time Signal Processing)
  • 6.556J (Data Acquisition and Image Reconstruction in MRI)
  • 6.631 (Optics and Photonics)
  • 6.555J (Biomedical Signal and Image Processing)
  • 6.637 (Optimal Signals, Devices, and Systems)

Medical Devices and Microsystems

  • 6.522 (Quantitative Physiology)
  • 6.561 (Fields, Forces and Flows in Biological Systems)
  • 6.376 (Ultra Low Power Bioelectronics)
  • 6.777J (Design and Fabrication of Microelectromechanical Systems)
  • 6.775** (CMOS Analog and Mixed-Signal Circuit Design)

Clinical Inference and Learning in Medicine

  • 6.436J (Fundamentals of Probability)
  • 6.437 (Inference and Information)
  • 6.438 (Algorithms for Inference)
  • 6.867 (Machine Learning)
  • 6.872 (Biomedical Computing)

Physiological Modeling

  • 6.521 (Cellular Biophysics)
  • 6.522 (Quantitative Physiology)
  • 6.345 (Automatic Speech Recognition)
  • 6.863 (Natural Language and the Computer Representation of Knowledge)
  • 6.551 (Acoustics of Speech and Hearing)
  • 6.555J (Biomedical Signal and Image Processing)

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