New Biomedical Engineering Case Studies on AccessEngineering platform
McGraw Hill’s AccessEngineering is developing case studies with instructor support tools relevant to bioengineering curricula in an effort to support faculty teaching online and hybrid courses this coming fall.
Our initial cases include:
- Atrial Fibrillation – Michael Rust (Western New England University)
- Continuous Blood Pressure Monitoring: Addressing Unmet Clinical Needs – Christine King (University of California-Irvine)
- Development and Manufacture of a Cell Culture Process for a Phase 1 Biopharmaceutical Product – Lori Herz (Lehigh University)
- Rotator Cuff Repair: Bridging the Gap through Engineering Innovation – Katie Reuther (Columbia University) and Sarah Rooney (University of Delaware)
Each case study is mapped to ABET objectives and supported by an Instructor’s Guide and Questions with Solutions. To get more of an overview of our case studies,