Posts Tagged: Alumni
Dr. Elaine Biddiss, PhD students Negar Balaghi and Anson Lau are three BME members recognized for their contribution to the betterment of Ontario students' education.
After Brandon Rufino completed his master’s in clinical engineering at BME in 2021, he leveraged skillsets in coding, machine learning, and biomedical engineering to design adaptable platforms that helps answer business questions at Sanofi.
Completed her Ph.D. in Dr. Paul Santerre’s lab in 2019, Dr. Meghan Wright always had a passion for entrepreneurship, business, and science. After graduating, Meghan interned briefly with the life sciences investment firm Bloom Burton & Co. as a consultant before joining Shift Health, a life sciences and healthcare strategy consulting firm located in Toronto. Now Meghan is working on projects across a wide range of areas – from the private sector to academia, to help transform healthcare.
Graduated from BME in 2021, Dr. Lazar Jovanovic is now developing a platform, Summations, which allows researchers to efficiently communicate their work with large and broad audiences by enhancing the reader’s understanding of academic articles.
U of T grad Ben Ouyang wants to answer the ‘questions that matter most to patients and their families’
Dr. Ben Ouyang shares his journey in medicine, how mentorship inspired his research in cancer nanomedicine and what his future holds.
David Zhang obtained a MASc in 2016. In 2021, David and his colleagues founded Revela, a startup company that aims to use the latest advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and biotechnology to create better consumer products.
Dr. Sayeh Bayat, a recent graduate from Dr. Alex Mihalidis lab, was featured as one of the Grads to Watch.
April 4, 2022 | Salma Hindy graduated in 2018 with a biomedical engineering degree. Now she shifted her focus to standup comedy.
November 12, 2021 | Recently completing her graduate degree at BME, Amalia Gil continued her career path as a clinical implementation engineer, aiming to help improve surgical safety in operating rooms (ORs). By capturing videos, sound, and other data from the OR during operations – akin to a black box on an airplane – these technologies enable hospitals to gain insights into how to improve quality and safety in their ORs. Here she describes her role, and what the future holds for safe surgical practices.
November 5, 2021 | Ten outstanding members of the U of T Engineering community were recognized on November 4 at the 2021 Engineering Alumni Network (EAN) Awards.
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