The increasing role of technology in the delivery of healthcare services has necessitated the training of engineers with complimentary background in engineering and health sciences. In response to this demand,...
PittKit and the Breadboard Laboratory Interface Processor (BLIP): An Educational Apparatus Centered on the Individual Student
We describe a kit of electronics tools, components, and equipment developed for the required one-semester instrumentation course in the Bioengineering Department at the University of Pittsburgh. The kit is owned by each...
Engineering World Health: Lessons Learned from Six Years of Undergraduate Service-Learning in the Developing World
Engineering World Health is a fusion of engineers, scientists and physicians donating their time and talents to improve healthcare in disadvantaged areas around the world. The Duke University-Engineering World Health...
Most Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs are designed to provide summer research opportunities in a particular domain of engineering or science. The VaNTH REU has been unique in focusing instead on...
A new hands-on curriculum developed at Vanderbilt University focuses on teaching medical imaging, specifically magnetic resonance imaging(MRI). This material was designed to engage students in real world applications of...
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