BIOE 571 ONL - Biological Measurement I
With special focus on medical imaging, this course will introduce fundamental concepts related to the detection and analysis of biological analytes, biomedical images, and physiological parameters. Topics include signal-to-noise analysis, noise characterization, data aliasing, analog-to-digital conversion, common strategies for noise reduction, exogenous contrast agents and fundamentals of molecular imaging. The fundamental phenomena behind biological measurements such as DNA sequencing, fluorescence microscopy. MRI imaging, OCT imaging, and ultrasound imaging will be discussed along with the factors that influence noise and contrast from the standpoint of fundamental physics, instrumentation/hardware, and post-measurement data/signal processing. Course Information: 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: For students enrolled in the M.Eng in Bioengineering degree program.
Please note that this section is only for online students who meet course program restrictions, as noted. This section may also be available for students unable to attend in-person instruction for the Fall 2021 term. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an override.
Academic Program Restrictions:
NDEG: Graduate Online -UIUC
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Graduate