Physics Applied to Medicine and Biology University of Sao Paulo
The course aims to give an overview about the physical principles involved in several biological phenomena on topics of biology and health sciences. Some previous experience related to applied physics in medicine and biology is expected from the students in order to provide a more advanced approach.
This course gives a comprehensive overview and training on the application of physics to the understanding of biological systems. Physics concepts, statistics, electricity, magnetism, signal processing, therapy and imaging techniques, among others, are used in the discussion of issues of interest to the medical and biological physics.
Evaluation Criteria: FS=0.35•E1+0.35•E2+0.30•EW FS=Final score E1 = First Written Exam E2 = Second Written Exam EW = Extra works (Seminars, Exercises)
1. Statistics in Medicine and Biology 2. Systems of Many Particles 3. Transport in an Infinite Medium 4. Transport Through Neutral Membranes 5. Impulses in Nerve and Muscle Cells 6. Electrical and magnetic measurements in biological systems 7. Biomedical signal processing 8. Medical use of ionizing radiation: Imaging and Therapy 9. Medical use of non-ionizing radiation: Imaging
Online Course Requirement
Oswaldo Baffa Filho, Ubiraci Pereira da Costa Neves, Carlos Ernesto Garrido Salmon
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