Theory, instrumentation, and application of biophotonics in pre-clinical and medical research, and clinical applications for the study of human cancers, musculoskeletal conditions, and cardiovascular diseases. Specific themes include instrumentation for light generation, transmission, and detection; optical spectroscopy and imaging of blood flow and metabolism; functional activation.
Prerequisite(s): One of Medical Biophysics 3645A/B or Physics 3380A/B; and registration in Year 4 of an Honours degree that contains a module offered by the Department of Medical Biophysics or, with special permission, registration in Year 4 of a BESc degree or an Honours BHSc, BMSc or BSc degree.
Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: MEDBIO
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