Regenerative Medicine

Biomedical Engineering, Biological Sciences, and Animal Science

Cell Transplantation & Biotherapeutics - BMED 560/1

The purpose of this course is to learn procedures including rodent handling, anesthesia, surgically modeling disease, biotherapy delivery, and visualizing/measuring therapeutic efficacy. There will also be an additional focus on experimental design, data collection, and analysis.

Following the completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Effectively handle & restrain mice.
  2. Effectively deliver anesthesia & analgesia to mice.
  3. Perform mouse survival surgery using aseptic technique.
  4. Perform muscle force production experiments with mice using consistent technique
  5. Perform fluorescence microscopy & quantitative morphometry
  6. Prepare figures to display, and use statistical analysis to draw conclusions from, experimental data
  7. Design sound experiments and interpret experimental data

Students working in lab  Student working in lab  Students in lab

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