Biomedical engineers apply math and science to improve our health and lives through advances such as artificial organ development, sophisticated robot-operated surgical equipment, advanced medical imaging that can identify microscopic tumors, and deep brain stimulators to stop epileptic seizures. In this course, speakers will introduce students to the range of opportunities and applications in biomedical engineering. Students will learn to use electrophysiology laboratory equipment and software to measure and analyze their own heart, muscle, and brain electrical signals.
Register for classes June 27-29 or July 18-20. 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. daily. Lunch is provided.
$600 per student
Completion of one year of high school.
Illinois Institute of Technology
201 East Loop Road, Wheaton, IL 60189