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This is the third module of the BioMechanics Minor, which is a group of three modules:
This module is taught in two parts: Basics and Applied solid biomechanics. The Basics part covers molecular, cellular and tissue solid biomechanics. The Applied part covers basic design, development and overview of some of the current implants in the field of orthopaedic and trauma e.g. fracture fixation devices, hip, and knee joint replacements.
Various aspects of solid biomechanics from a molecule and cell to medical devices for repair of bone and joint related conditions are covered.
Upon successful completion of this module, students will be able to:
This module is taught through: