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BIOENG 2170 - 1050: Clinical Bioengineering

Clinical Bioengineering


Instructor: Kilichan Gurleyik
Credits: 3

Term(s) Offered: Fall: Yes Spring: No Summer: No

Description:

THIS GRADUATE LEVEL COURSE FOCUSES ON THE EARLY STAGES OF THE INNOVATION PROCESS; STRATEGIC ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX CLINICAL PROBLEM SOLVING THROUGH THE NEEDS FINDING, CONCEPT GENERATION AND REFINEMENT. STUDENTS, UNDER THE MENTORSHIP OF PARTICIPATING CMI FACULTY (SSOE, SHS, BUSINESS, LAW), INTERVIEW AND OBSERVE CLINICAL PERSONNEL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE PERFORMING CLINICAL WORK IN ORDER TO RIGOROUSLY DEFINE AND DOCUMENT CLINICAL NEEDS IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF USE.

 



Prerequisites:
BIOENG 2150

Objectives:
USING PRINCIPLES ARTICULATED IN BIOENG 2150 (MEDICAL PRODUCT IDEATION), THE STUDENTS PRODUCE A DOCUMENT THAT CLEARLY DEFINES AND COMMUNICATES ONE OR MORE CLINICAL PROBLEMS AND PRIORITIZED FEASIBLE SOLUTION PATHS.

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Other Information:

The course is open to qualified graduate students in the Swanson School of Engineering, School of Health Sciences, Katz Graduate School of Business, and the School of Law.