An introduction to physiology and biomedical technology from an engineering viewpoint
Explains cellular, physiological and biomedical systems through the application of engineering methods and mathematical principles
Contains embedded examples that build on the principles introduced, aimed to help the reader gain knowledge and build confidence inlcuding detailed solutions.
Stephen and Michael develop and refine the Quantitative Physiology course as part of the biomedical option of the Engineering Science degree at the University of Oxford.
An expanded version of the Quantitative Physiology course is published by Springer as Physiology for Engineers.
Michael adds medical imaging to the biomedical engineeirng module to introduce the principles underlying how we can 'see' inside the human body.
The novel approach of 'signals to images' in the Introdcution to Medical Imaging course becomes a textbooks published by Springer.
An updated version of Physiology for Engineers is published by Springer, adding examples of how physiology changes in disease.