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  BIPH 3010  Advanced Biological Physics Fall Semester 2016  Class Lecture Mon & Wed 10:30  –  11:50 AM Room 6602(Lift 31-32) Instructor: Prof. Hyokeun Park (Room 5459,, 7322- course coordinator) Prof. Pingbo Huang (Room 5463,, 7305) Dr. Rong Ni (Room 2445,, 8042) Prof. Pinbo Huang   Dr. Rong Ni    Course Objective:  Apply the biological physics concepts to biological systems, including macromolecules, molecular motor, membranes, neurons, protein engineering and bioinformatics. Learning Outcomes: 1. Understand the advanced concepts of biological physics. 2. Apply the advanced concepts of biological physics to complex biology and human diseases. 3. Explain issues and importance of biological physics to general public.  Topics : 1. The scaling laws in biology 2. Light and life 3. Force in life 4. Single-molecule biophysics -----------Midterm Exam-------------------------------------- 5. Ion channel biological physics: 6. Neurophysiology 7. Protein folding and engineering 8. Bioinformatics -----------Final Exam-------------------------------------- No textbook but lecture notes will be provided in  Main References: Physical Biology of the Cell by Rob Phillips, Jane Kondev, Julie Theriot and Hernan Garcia Biophysics: Tools and Techniques, Mark C. Leake The Physics of Living Processes A Mesoscopic Approach, Tomas Andrew Waigh Biological Physics: Energy, Information, Life by Philip Nelson Physical Models of Living Systems by Philip Nelson
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