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Hund Lab for Excitable Cell Engineering

Hund Lab

Excitable Cell Engineering

Cardiac disease and arrhythmia mechanisms diagram


Dr. Hund teaches the following courses:

Numerical Simulations in Biomedical Engineering (BIOMEDE 2700) – A required course for Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate students, this course addresses application of computer-based numerical and graphical display skills for solving problems in biomedical engineering.  Offered every Spring semester (Dr. Hund serves as primary instructor every other Spring).

Excitable Cell Engineering (BIOMEDE 5580) – A graduate level course (also open to senior level undergraduate students) that focuses on quantitative approaches to understanding excitable cell function.  Offered every other Spring semester.


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Davis Heart & Lung Research Institute
333 W. 10th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210

A uniquely collaborative approach to heart and lung research
Alex Winkle defends his MS thesis
Drew Nassal's new paper out in Journal of Biological Chemistry
Daniel Gratz and Alex Winkle publish new mathematical model in Cells
Jane Yu awarded BME Undergraduate Research Award
Connor Neifert and Jane Yu defend their Honors Research Theses
Cemantha Lane awarded an AHA predoctoral fellowship and 1st place at the OSU Hayes Forum!
Hund lab awarded new NIH grant to study TREK-1 channels and cardiac arrhythmia