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OSPPARIS 76: From Art to Medicine: The Human Body and Tissue Regeneration

Review of arts on human anatomy followed by review of modern medical knowledge on human body, disease prevention, and tissue regeneration. How interdisciplinary research (biology, engineering and medicine) is critical in advancing modern medicine. Lectures alternate with case studies and paper discussions on selected papers targeting treatment of various diseases. Develop an NIH style research proposal to solve a real-life disease problem. Introduction into the field of tissue regeneration using interdisciplinary approaches, sharpening critical paper reading and scientific writing skills, and integrating with the unique local art and research resources that Paris has to offer. In English. Students applying to the STEM/Pre-med track are expected to have taken some prior STEM courses at Stanford to demonstrate their interest and preparation for applying to this track. This course meets the STEM track requirement for the Paris Program during Winter Quarter 2019-2020.
Terms: Win | Units: 3
Instructors: Yang, F. (PI)
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