Charles Xavier
Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Office: #LC-629
Phone: 301-387-3011
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"Knowledge is power, and enthusiasm pulls the switch." ~ Steve Droke
Current Courses

BIO 206 01 (Docs)
BIO 206 02 (Docs)
BIO 221 01 (Docs)
MED 113 01 (Docs)


Extracurriculars

M.U.T.A.N.T.
Drama Club
 
Education and Awards
Harvard University, Ph.D. - Genetics, Biophysics, Psychology, Anthropology
Pembroke College, Oxford University, M.D. - Psychiatry

Nobel Peace Prize in Physics, 2006

Personal Background / Teaching Philosophy / Biography
I have a vision of a world where humans and mutants can live together and benefit from each others strengths.  I work to achieve this by promoting the peaceful affirmation of mutant rights, facilitating the co-existence of mutants and humans, protecting mutants from humans, and protecting humans from evil mutants.

I am the founder of Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters where I reach out to young mutants and help mold them into responsible mutants who will use their powers for the benefit of all mankind.

In my work with biomedical engineering, I am on the verge of a breakthrough in understanding the genetic and psychological factors contributing to mutantism.  This is a very exciting time for humans and mutants alike.

Professional Memberships
American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM)
American Psychological Association (APA)
MENSA International