Jörg Goldhahn: Catalogue data in Autumn Semester 2016
|Name||Prof. Dr. Jörg Goldhahn|
|Field||Biomechanik der Rehabilitation|
Dep. Gesundheitswiss. und Technol.
ETH Zürich, HCP H 15.3
|Telephone||+41 44 633 20 69|
|Department||Health Sciences and Technology|
|Relationship||Adjunct Professor and Privatdozent|
|327-0811-00L||Industrial Research and Development at the Interface of Biomaterials and Drug Delivery||1 credit||1V||L. B. Uebersax, J. Goldhahn, F. Schlottig, R. Streicher|
|Abstract||This course will provide an up-to-date, comprehensive review of the industrial perspective at the interface of biomaterials and drugs. This covers regulatory, clinical, pre-clinical and manufacturing concepts. The presentations are provided in an effort to maximize the interaction of student and lecturer.|
|Objective||- The student will be able to categorize a drug-biomaterial as a "drug" or a "material" from a regulatory perspective and can summarize general regulatory pathways for material/drug development.|
- The student will be able to summarize the current concepts and challenges for the indstry at the material-drug interface.
- The student will actively develop innovative, industrial concepts at the drug-biomaterial interface.
|Content||This course will provide an up-to-date comprehensive review of the industrial perspective at the interface of biomaterials and drugs. General concepts related to regulatory affairs or such as cost-conscious planning of manufacturing processes will be covered by interactive case-studies and in close interaction between students and lecturers. The course covers the future at the biomaterial - implant interface - as it is seen by the industry today - and will be reviewed by experienced and long-standing faculty from industry with the aim to provide a balanced, insightful perspective. From that, clinical development concepts, regulatory pathways and real-life case studies will be discussed with the students. Finally the students - working in small groups of 4-5 - will outline a development pathway for an industrial project and present it to the course and in presence of all faculty to receive maximum feedback to their approaches. |
The student will become familiar with the major elements required for a successful development and which challenges have to be taken into account to translate an idea into a successful product.
|376-0300-00L||Translational Science for Health and Medicine||3 credits||2G||J. Goldhahn, C. Wolfrum|
|Abstract||Translational science is a cross disciplinary scientific research that is motivated by the need for practical applications that help people. The course should help to clarify basics of translational science, illustrate successful applications and should enable students to integrate key features into their future projects.|
|Objective||After completing this course, students will be able to understand:|
Principles of translational science (including project planning, ethics application, basics of resource management and interdisciplinary communication)
|Content||What is translational science and what is it not?|
How to identify need?
- Disease concepts and consequences for research
- Basics about incidence, prevalence etc., and orphan indications
How to choose the appropriate research type and methodology
- Ethical considerations including ethics application
- Pros and cons of different types of research
- Coordination of complex approaches incl. timing and resources
How to measure success?
- Outcome variables
- Improving the translational process
Challenges of communication?
How independent is translational science?
- Academic boundary conditions vs. industrial influences
Positive and negative examples will be illustrated by distinguished guest speakers.
|376-2017-00L||Biomechanics of Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation||3 credits||2V||K.‑U. Schmitt, J. Goldhahn|
|Abstract||This lectures introduces the basic principles of injury mechanics and rehabilitation focussing on sports injuries.|
|Objective||Within the scope of this lecture you will learn the basic principles of trauma biomechanics. Based on examples from sports, you will get to know different mechanisms that can possibly result in injury. Investigating the background and cause of injury should allow you to assess the injury risk for sports activities. Furthermore you should be able to develop measures to prevent such injury.|
|Content||This lecture deals with the basic principles of injury mechanics and rehabilitation. Mechanisms that can result in injury are presented. Furthermore possibilities to prevent injuries are discussed. Thereby the lecture focuses on sports injuries.|
|Lecture notes||Handouts will be made available.|
|Literature||Schmitt K-U, Niederer P, M. Muser, Walz F: "Trauma Biomechanics - Accidental Injury in traffic and sports", Springer Verlag|
|Prerequisites / Notice||A course work is required. The mark of this course work contributes to the final credits for this lecture. Details will be given during the first lecture.|