Advanced Physiological Monitoring and Data Analysis - BE9-MAPMDA
The course will be an advanced level course that will focus on three core aspects of biological and clinical measurement.
- Data handling and fitness for purpose (Statistics of measurement)
- Sampling (using microdialysis, microfluidics)
- Biopotential measurement - particularly patch clamp measurement
- Chemical measurement in cells and in vivo: Sensors and Biosensors + detection methods
- a. Electrochemical sensors
- b. Bioassays
The measurement topics will principally be supported using selected papers from the recent literature that illustrate the benefits of using time domain data to understand physiological and pathological processes. There will ï¿½anon-examinable 'Guest lecture' illustrating the importance of Physiological monitoring.
Integrative Systems Biology - LS3-ISB
To provide an overview over quantitative experimental methodologies and methods for their interpretation in order to study biological processes at the whole system level.