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Courses Taught:

... at Marquette University (2000-2006, still the Golden Eagles):

  • BIEN 001/002: Intro to Biomedical Engineering Methods I & II (coordinator/contributor)
  • BIEN 155: Biomedical Signals and Systems
  • BIEN 157: Intelligent Biosystems
  • BIEN 167: Rehabilitation Engineering: Telerehabilitation & Neurorehabilitation
  • BIEN 168: Rehabilitation Engineering: Prosthetics, Orthotics, Seating
  • BIEN 191: Biomechanical Design Lab I
  • BIEN 268: Rehabilitative Biosystems (team-taught once with Drs. Schmit & Audi)
  • BIEN 269: Modeling Rehabilitative Biosystems (team-taught 3 times with Dr. Audi)
  • HOPR 196: Design in Nature & Society (honors program)

... at Catholic University of America (1991-99), the Cardinals:

  • BE 398: Biomechanical Design (3)  - 8 times
  • BE 497: Biomedical Senior Design (3) - 6 times
  • BE 516: Biological Systems and Control (3)  - 3 times
  • BE 517: Soft Computing for Biomonitoring & Biocontrols - once 
  • BE 521: Neuromusculoskeletal Systems (3)  - 3 times
  • BE 528: Rehabilitation Engineering (3)  - 5 times
  • BE 535: Optimization of Human Performance (3) - twice
  • BE 728: Adv. Topics in Rehab Engng (3)  - once
  • ENGR 191: Computer Graphics & Design (2) - twice
  • ENGR 102: Intro to Engineering Design (Lab) (2) - once

... at Arizona State University (1985-91), the Sun Devils:

  • BME 416/516: Biomechanics (3) - 6 times
  • BME 419/519: Biocontrol Systems (3) - 6 times 
  • BME 518: Biomaterials (3) - once
  • BME 521: Neuromuscular Control Systems (3) - 3 times  
  • BME 494: Biocontrol Systems Microcomputer Lab (1) - once  
  • BME 599: Bioengineering Graduate Seminar (1) - 2 times

... as TA at University of California, Berkeley (1983-84), the Bears:

  • ENGR 153: Intro to Bioengineering (3) - twice

Also: have supervised or am supervising 25 masters or doctoral students, several postdocs, and roughly 40 Senior Design projects.

Other activities related to educational innovation in biomedical engineering curricula, including:

  • participated in Council of Chairs of Bio/ Biomedical Engineering Programs meetings all but one year, from 1992-2001
  • organized, on behalf of the Council of Chairs, a 4-session workshop entitled Design in Biomedical Engineering Curricula (funded by NSF and Whitaker Foundation), in 1994
  • for American Society of Engineering Educators - Biomedical Engineering Division (ASEE-BED): organized and presented at a session on innovative courseware for biomedical engineering (1997 meeting); Program Chair for 2000 ASEE meeting, and ASEE-BED Division Chair 2000-2001.
  • on the Editorial Board for The Whitaker Foundation's Teaching Materials program, 1998-2005
  • coordinated or participated in four ABET biomedical engineering accreditation visits (what fun!?#)
  • have a fair number of Education-Related Publications.

 

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