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Think Like an Engineer - Intro to the Design Process
Science & Nature
What Does a Biomedical Engineer Do? Biology, Medicine, and Engineering!
This one-time short class will give students an overview of Biomedical Engineering and expand their knowledge of the things they can do with a STEM mind! Students will be introduced to medical imaging, tissue regeneration, and more!
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Hi! If you don't know me yet, my name is Sarah and I'm a Master's student about to complete a degree in Biomedical Engineering. More importantly, I've also been an Outschool teacher for a few years and I am passionate about bringing some of the coolest, most advanced science topics to curious learners. This one-time session will take students through an overview of what Biomedical Engineering is (it's one of my most asked questions), and what kinds of cool things Biomedical Engineers can...
After this one-time session, your learner should... 1. Be able to define what Biomedical Engineering is, as a concept. 2. Recall the 3 main sectors of Biomedical Engineering: Bioimaging, Biomaterials, and Biomechanics 3. Discuss some different examples of how Biomedical Engineers impact areas of medicine and science.
I've been a Biomedical Engineering student for 5 years. I'm currently pursuing (and am almost done with) a Master's of Engineering degree in this field. I completed my Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Engineering Cum Laude in 2022 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Because of my degrees, I've been able to touch nearly every area of Biomedical Engineering and have had the privilege to learn from masters in the field. My concentration is Biomaterials, but my depth in coursework makes me competent in other areas as well.
Since this is a one-time class, there is no homework.
Since this is a one-time class, there is no assessment.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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🇺🇸Lives in the United States
98 total reviews
53 completed classes
Hi, there! Welcome to my profile and thank you for visiting! 👋 Who are you? What is your background? My name is Sarah Tedesco and I am a 23-year-old Ph.D. student from Long Island, New York. I am a first year Ph.D. student in Cellular Biology...