BMBT.5130: Biomedical Analytics & Informatics
Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology, UMass Lowell
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Class lectures will be held in Ball Hall, Room 326. The class will meet from 3:30PM – 6:20PM. On most weeks the meeting day is Thursday, but please note that the University changes the meeting days for some weeks (see next section on scheduling). In the event of an announced campus closing students will be responsible for all material and assignments on Blackboard for that week (any modifications made for that week will be made clear on Blackboard). Typically all lecture slides will be posted on the day of the lecture.
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