Hund Lab

Excitable Cell Engineering

Cardiac disease and arrhythmia mechanisms diagram

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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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Funding

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Hund Lab for Excitable Cell Engineering
Davis Heart & Lung Research Institute
333 W. 10th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
Thomas.Hund@osumc.edu

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