This is meant to be a subject in the first year of medical school that will aid aspiring physicians in understanding the way in which the diagnostic tools they will eventually get to use actually work.
This book contains summary notes covering the basics of biophysics (think: mostly physics).
It has a frightening number of formulas and states a vast majority of laws that may or may not be helpful for all of us at some point.
NB:The professors at the 1st faculty of Charles University will want all of this and are liable to ask any other random question that is even remotely related. I know nothing about any other faculties, however I hope that if you have something similar that you find this helpful. :)