Cambridge Info Session- Transport Phenomena in Living Systems in Cambridge
Monday, September 24, 2018, 05:30pm - 06:30pm

Study fundamental engineering subject in a small group setting at one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. Learn the physics behind heat, mass, and fluid flow in medical devices and the human body. Balance studies with time allotted for weekend travel.

"This course was extremely applicable to the real world, and I felt like this was the first real engineering course I've taken since being at UT." -2018 Cambridge Maymester Participant

Faculty director Dr. James Tunnell's areas of research include: Laser surgery for treating skin disorders and cancer; nanoparticle systems for treating cancer; medical device design including radio frequency ablative techniques.

Cambridge campus

Location BME 3.206