3.051J | Spring 2006 | Undergraduate
Materials for Biomedical Applications

Lecture Notes

Several lectures are given by the course TA Dr. Ikuo Taniguchi.

Lec # TOPICS
1 Course Introduction (PDF)

Biomaterials Defined

Structural Hierarchy in Materials and Biology

2 Biomaterials Surfaces: Physics (PDF)

Surface (vs. Bulk) Structure and Properties

Surface Energy

Adsorption, Segregation, and Reconstruction at Surfaces

3 Biomaterials Surfaces: Chemistry (PDF)

Reactions at Surfaces: Chemisorption, Corrosion

4 Biomaterials Surfaces: Chemistry (cont.) (PDF)

Hydrolysis (Dr. Taniguchi) (PDF - 1.3 MB)

5 Protein-Surface Interactions (PDF)

Proteins: Structure, Properties, Functions

Protein Adsorption: Langmuir Model

6 Protein-Surface Interactions (cont.) (PDF)

Protein Adbsorption: Complex Phenomena, Measurement

7 Cell-Surface Interactions: Host Response to Biomaterials (PDF - 1.3 MB)

Cell Adhesion Mechanisms

Coagulation Cascade

8 Cell-Surface Interactions: Host Response to Biomaterials (cont.) (PDF)

Immune Response: Alternative Complement Activation

9 Surface Modification Methods (PDF)

Purposes

Plasma Treatments

Organic Coatings (Dr. Taniguchi) (PDF)

10 Surface Modification Methods (cont.) (PDF)

Polymer Coatings

Patterned Surfaces

11 Surface Characterization (PDF)

In Vacuum: XPS/ESCA, AES, SIMS

12 Surface Characterization In situ (PDF)

Contact Angle, AFM

13 Quantifying Cell Behavior (PDF)

Cell Cultures

Cellular Assays: Adhesion, Migration, Proliferation

14 Quantifying Cell Behavior (cont.) (PDF)

Cellular Assays: Differentiation, Function

15 Statistical Analysis (PDF)

Error Sources, Distribution Functions, t- test

16 Statistical Analysis (cont.) (PDF)

Fisher Test, Regression Methods

17 Biosensors and Diagnostic Devices (PDF)

Biological Elements

Transduction Mechanisms

Properties

Examples: Fiber Optic Biosensors, Nanobarcodes

18 Drug Delivery: Controlled Release (Dr. Taniguchi) (PDF)

Chemically-controlled Devices

19 Drug Delivery: Controlled Release (cont.) (PDF)

Diffusion-controlled, Membrane-based and Osmotic Devices

20 Drug Delivery: Controlled Release (cont.) (PDF)

Methods: Transdermal, Colloidal Vehicles

Mechanical Pumps

21 Biomaterials for Organ Replacement (PDF)

Organ Replacement Therapies

Mechanical Properties

Bone Substitutes

22 Tissue Engineering (PDF)

Cell Types

Approaches: In vitro, In vivo, Ex vivo/Cell Encapsulation

Scaffolds: Design and Fabrication

23 Tissue Engineering (cont.) (PDF)

Case Examples: Artificial Pancreas, Cartilage, Nerve Regeneration

24 FDA Regulatory Issues and Course Evaluations (PDF)
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