Imperial College London

DrDannyO'Hare

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Reader in Sensor Research
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 5173d.ohare

 
 
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Location

 

4.07Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Advanced Physiological Monitoring and Data Analysis (UG) - BIOE97160

Aims

The module will focus on 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 and detection methods; Electrochemical sensors; Bioassays.

Role

Lecturer

Molecules and Energetics 1 - BIOE40008

Aims

The aims of this module are to: Introduce the underlying molecular basis of cellular and sub-cellular processes in cells, with special emphasis for engineers. It will discuss these parts of the underlying theory that enables an engineer to better interpret literature and models of cells. Building on the cell level understanding introduce you to some of the physiological concepts and systems that are important application areas for technology in the field of bioengineering.

Role

Lecturer

Bioengineering Science 1 - BIOE40001

Aims

This module aims to provide you with a fundamental understanding of the chemistry and materials science principles related to Bioengineering including: How material properties are governed by their structure at different length scales – from sub-atomic to macroscale. The foundations of classical thermodynamics and applications in biomedical engineering and molecular sciences Chemical kinetics, Fick's laws and steady state diffusion

 

Role

Lecturer

Advanced Physiological Monitoring and Data Analysis (UG) - BIOE96051

Aims

The module will focus on 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 and detection methods; Electrochemical sensors; Bioassays.

 

Role

Lecturer

Advanced Physiological Monitoring and Data Analysis (PG) - BIOE97034

Aims

The module will focus on 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 and detection methods; Electrochemical sensors; Bioassays.

Role

Lecturer