**Course: BMEG3210**

**Module:** The course first introduces the core concepts of transport phenomena (e.g., conservation laws, constitutive relations, boundary conditions, and dimensional analysis) and basic properties of biofluids (e.g., biochemistry and rheology). Next, it covers the key principles of mass transfer (e.g., molecular diffusion and chemical reaction) and cites relevant biological examples (e.g., trans-endothelial flow and protein adsorption). Finally, the course delineates the key principles of momentum transfer (e.g., Navier-Stokes equations, inviscid flow, and creeping flow) and lists relevant biological examples (e.g., cardiovascular diseases, microfluidics, and aquatic microorganisms).

* Instructor*: Prof. Jonathan Choi

**Objectives:** Learn the concepts and mathematical tools for understanding transport phenomena. Apply knowledge in transport phenomena to model and solve basic biological or applied biomedical problems. Appreciate the complexity of physiology of tissue and cell levels.