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Biomedical Engineering Minor

Biomedical engineering can be defined as the application of engineering principles to medicine and the life sciences. Students in the Biomedical Engineering Minor take courses in life sciences (anatomy, biology, chemistry, and physiology) and choose courses from area(s) within the field of biomedicine (artificial cells and organs; bioinformatics, genomics, and proteomics; biomaterials, biosensors, and nanotechnology; biomechanics and prosthetics; medical physics and imaging; and neural systems and biosignal processing).

Minor Adviser: Prof. R. Leask (Wong Building, Room 4120) or Prof. R. Mongrain (Macdonald Engineering Building, Room 369)