The complete BioRadio Lab Course curriculum is designed to matriculate college-level students through a biomedical engineering course. The lessons begin with basic concepts of physiological signal acquisition and processing and bring students to a clinical level of comfort working in professional clinical and research environments.

Technology Basics

Technology Basics includes sessions that introduce the BioRadio hardware, the Lab Learning software and cover the basics of data acquisition and signal processing. Other engineering concepts such as breadboard circuit design, wireless medical telemetry and the use of accelerometers is also included.…

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Basic Physiology

Basic Physiology introduces students to different biopotentials produced by the body and learn how to record these signals. Electrode setup and placement, skin preparation and methods of filtering out sources of noise, such as 60Hz or motion artifact, are also taught.…

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Advanced Physiology

The advanced physiology section provides the opportunity to apply learned skills to advanced analysis and algorithm development to detect various clinical disorders based on features of the signal. Additional transducers are introduced, such as blood pressure cuffs and pulse oximeters.…

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Clinical Applications

This group of lab sessions incorporates everything learned about physiological recording, filtering and analysis and applies it to real world clinical applications, providing students with an idea of how this knowledge can be applied outside of the classroom….

Alertness Detection

Students use EEG data to develop algorithms used to detect states of alertness using their own real-time EEG signals.

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