HEB 1210: Research in Comparative Biomechanics





This class involves one-on-one mentorship with an undergraduate student and oversight of an independent research project.

This class introduces students to experimental techniques used to investigate the structure and physiology of humans. Students undertake a supervised research project in the Skeletal Biology and Biomechanics Laboratory. Students meet to introduce their project, discuss their work and progress, and to present their final results. An extensive commitment of time in the laboratory is required. Grades are based on the work completed, the oral presentation, and a short research paper.