BIOE 302 - Modeling Human Physiology
Last offered Fall 2022
Description, quantification, and modeling of human physiological systems, based on systems fundamentals. Components, relationships, and homeostatic controls of neural, musculoskeletal, respiratory, cardiovascular, endocrine, digestion, and renal-filtration systems. Application of mathematical modeling and MATLAB simulation to further understanding of the systems and relate physiological consequences to changes in environment or component function. Course Information: Prerequisite: BIOE 205 and one of MCB 252 or BIOE 206.
|Modeling Human Physiology||AL1||66323||LEC||3||1000 - 1050||M W F||2310 Everitt Laboratory||Brad Sutton|