Cell and tissue engineering concepts and techniques with emphasis on cellular response, cell adhesion kinetics, and tissue engineering design.
BC 351 (Principles of Biochemistry) or BMS 300 (Principles of Human Physiology) or Mammalian Physiology I or Cell Biology or Cellular and Molecular Neurophysiology; Credit allowed for only one of the following: BIOM 525, CBE 525, MECH 525.. Credit not allowed for both BIOM 525 and MECH 525
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Dr. Ketul C, Popat is an Associate Professor of Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University. His research interests include Biomedical Engineering, tissue engineering, cancer, controlled release, biocompatibility, biomaterials, orthopaedics, and bio-nanotechnology.
Dr. Popat received his M.Engr. In Chemical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology and his Ph.D. in Bioengineering from the University of Illinois at Chicago.