CU Boulder

MCEN 4228/5228 – Mechanics of Cancer

This course will cover the role of mechanics (emphasis on solid and fluid mechanics) in cancer and cancer-related processes. Course content includes experimental systems used to model and test these processes.


UMass Amherst

MIE 597/697T – Orthopaedic Biomechanics

Application of mechanics and materials principles to orthopaedic tissues. Physiology of bone, cartilage, ligament, and tendon and the relationship of these properties to their mechanical function. Mechanical behavior of skeletal tissues. Functional adaptation of these tissues to their mechanical environment. Tissue engineering of replacement structures.

MIE 402 – ME Lab II


MIE 397B – System Dynamics