New class teaches undergrads to use engineering-based solutions to bridge gap between engineering and medicine —

A group of UC San Diego bioengineering students huddle around a computer screen as colored images of blood being pumped through a heart flash across the screen. The students are observing as a physician annotates an MRI of a patient’s heart and recommend treatment.

“It looks like there is fat here where there shouldn’t be,” says the physician as he pointed to a spot on the screen. “See how this part of the heart isn’t contracting?” … Read the Full Story from the UC San Diego Newsroom

The Division of Cardiology in the Department of Medicine is one of the rotation sites in the Clinical Bioengineering class.
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