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Gordon L. Nelson Health Sciences Building

I have a strong passion for teaching. I like doing research and want to share what I found with the students. Teaching to me is an art and I keep improving lectures to be clearer and more attractive. My teaching philosophy is to arise the student's curiosity in science and nature and help them to explore the world. My background is in computational biomechanics and the mechanical characterization of biomaterials; I will develop and provide related classes.

  • BME 2081: Rigid Body Biomechanics
  • BME 3261: Biomaterials and Biomechanics Lab
  • BME 3261: Biomech & Biomats Lab
  • BME 4050: Special Topics in BME
  • BME 5710: Orthopedic Biomechanics
  • BME 5790: Selected Topics Biomechanics