I have been involved in re-shaping the graduate program in the biomedical engineering
department at Tel Aviv University and at Biomedical Engineering program at the George
Washington University. I have participated in the creation of the bio-medical engineering
undergraduate program in Tel-Aviv University.
I have written and taught the following courses:
Laser applications in medicine (undergraduate).
Wave Propagation in Biological Tissues (undergraduate).
Lasers and optics in medicine.
Optical diagnostic methods in medicine.
Introduction to medical informatics.
Lab course in the field of lasers and optics in medicine.
I taught in George Washington University:
Clinical Medicine for Engineers
I can teach these courses in at University of Central Florida as well the following courses:
Sensors for medical and biological applications,
Introduction to Biomedical Engineering.
Ethics and regulation issues in biomedical engineering (problem-based learning).
My teaching philosophy combines theory and real-life examples to make things accessible to the
students (e.g. Laser Skin re-surfacing and hair removal, to illustrate mechanisms of laser-tissue
interactions). In the graduate courses I also request literature surveys and subject presentations.
My courses are always updated for the latest developments in the field. I always get high scores
for teaching and the students comment that I give exceptionally interesting lectures. My lab is
the most requested by graduate students though my requirements from the students are very high
and involve experimental and theoretical work.