BIOM 592 - Seminar

  • 1 - 3 credits
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Student and research faculty presentations, guest and invited extramural speakers.

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Instructors

Stuart A. Tobet
Stuart A. Tobet

(970) 491-2842 | Stuart.Tobet@colostate.edu

Stuart A. Tobet, Ph.D., is a professor of biomedical sciences and biomedical engineering at Colorado State University and currently serves as the director of the CSU School of Biomedical Engineering. Tobet obtained his Ph.D. from the Department of Applied Biological Sciences at MIT (1985) and postdoctoral training at Harvard Medical School. He became Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School in 1989, was a visiting instructor at the University of Hawaii Medical School in 1989, and Associate Professor of Physiology at UMASS Medical School in 2000. He joined the Department of Biomedical Sciences at CSU in 2003. Tobet began several transdisciplinary projects that brought together faculty in biomedical sciences with those in engineering, chemistry, mathematics, and computer science leading to his appoint as Director of the School of Biomedical Engineering in 2010. At CSU Dr. Tobet has directed courses in developmental neurobiology, biomedical entrepreneurship, grant writing, and STEM communication. Tobet has co-authored over 135 refereed journal articles and more than 10 book chapters or monographs. He is currently on the editorial board of three journals and a senior editor for one of them. His research interests currently include the utilization of microfluidics, electrochemistry, and lab-on-a-chip technologies in the context of key biological questions for barrier tissues in the body.

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