Introduction to Tissue Engineering

Andrea Kasko

Introduction to Tissue Engineering

Biomedical Engineering department

Andrea Kasko

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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted June 21, 2012 Grade Received: N/A

Professor Kasko's tissue engineering class was not too hard at all. She has two lectures a week and it's only an hour and a half and the friday discussion are up-to-date research papers regarding tissue engineering and the students of the class lead the discussion. She goes over cells, signals, scaffolds, and bioreactors and goes into the broad concept of each one. There is only one midterm and there is a final presentation as well as a take home final (open note/book). There isn't much commitment to the class (no attendance necessary), but I went to all the classes and discussion and got an A. The take home final was not bad at all and the final presentation, I admit, did take a lot of time, effort, and preparation, but overall the class was well presented and is not hard as long as you keep on track. I would highly recommend her class. Btw, she loves cats.

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