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Applied Electrophysiology – BME 620

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Class Information

Course Name: 

Applied Electrophysiology, BME 620

Units:

4

Place & Time:

Discussions                  Fridays  10:00 am – 12:30 pm      (OHE 136)  ;  live DEN participation for BME 599

Labs / Workshops         Fridays    1:30 pm –   4:30 pm      (DRB 351)

Faculty:

Gerald E Loeb, MD        Professor of Biomedical Engineering             gloeb@usc.edu

Hilton M Kaplan, MD      Teaching Assistant & Cardiac Lecturer         hkaplan@usc.edu

Djordje Popovic, MD      Teaching Assistant & Cardiac Lecturer          popovic@usc.edu

Guest Lectures:

James Weiland, PhD     Visual System

Robert Shannon, PhD    Auditory system

Ted Berger, PhD           Cortical Interfaces

Nicholas A Sachs, MS   Oculomotor Function

Office:

DRB-B10 (by appointment)

Telephone:

(213) 821-1112

Office Hours:

DRB-B15 (arrange to meet with Hilton or Djordje by email or in class)

Prerequisites:

Introductory courses in general physiology, neuroscience and electrical engineering.

Texts:

Primary Text:     Principles of Neuroscience

                         Kandel, Schwartz and Jessell, ed., McGraw-Hill, 4th ed., 2000.

 

Additional Text:  Bioelectromagnetism - Principles & Applications of Bioelectric & Biomagnetic Fields

                        Jaakko Malmivuo & Robert Plonsey, Oxford University Press, New York, 1995 (Web version)