Charles F. Babbs, MD, PhD

Areas of Research: Computational Biology and Medicine, Cardiovascular physiology, Resuscitation, Cancer therapy, Mathematical models, New medical devices, Neurotrauma

  • Recent research projects:

    • Noninvasive measurement of heart and lung function using electrical impedance, Nerve conduction in myelinated axons after stretch injury, Predicting success of immunotherapy for cancer, Quantitative prediction of body surface potentials of the electrocardiogram, A compact theory of magnetic nerve stimulation

    Teaching assistantships available for two undergraduate courses:

    • “Mathematical models and methods in physiology”, “Physiology for biomedical engineers”. Both courses involve small group, problem based learning, sophisticated mathematical models, analytical and numerical methods related to biomedical devices and major diseases.