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Physiological Flow Studies Unit (1966 - 1989)

The Physiological Flow Studies Unit at Imperial College London was established in 1966 within the Department of Aeronautics. The Unit's work covered the areas of arterial and respiratory fluid mechanics. In 1989 the Unit merged with the Engineering in Medicine Laboratory to form the Centre for Biological and Medical Systems.

Previous and Subsequent Entities

 1966 - 1989 Physiological Flow Studies Unit
       1989 - 1999 Centre for Biological and Medical Systems
             1999 - 2001 Biological and Medical Systems
                   2001 - Department of Bioengineering


Structure based on ISAAR(CPF) - click here for an explanation of the fields. 
Prepared by: Chris Ince
Created: 16 October 2003
Modified: 18 February 2004

Published by Imperial College, London
Comments, questions, corrections and additions:
Updated: 19 June 2006

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