Posts Tagged: Faces of BME
Meet Ana-Maria, a PhD student in Dr. Omar Khan’s lab. Ana-Maria's journey seamlessly weaves together her love for art, her dedication to advancing scientific frontiers, and her commitment to breaking barriers in the medical field.
Inspired by the need to help others, MASc candidate Soowan Choi is developing tools that incentivize children's rehabilitation through video games. Ultimately, he wants to make these technologies more accessible to people, regardless of their background.
Working as a MASc student in Dr. Paul Yoo's lab, Ali is researching a novel method of recording continuous blood pressure through AI and machine learning. In his downtime, he finds solace in vinyl records.
For his research, Shaurya Gupta aims to develop imaging and robotic technology to facilitate the regeneration of severed nerve fibres. In his spare time, he pursues his passion for sailing.
Having exposure to biomedical sciences at a young age, Amber Xue continued her passion for clinical research at Molly Shoichet’s lab. She is also actively engaged in knowledge translation from academia to industry.
June 9, 2022 | As a recent graduate from Steven Prescott’s lab, Amin Kamaleddin Ezabadi developed therapeutics for neurological diseases. Meanwhile, Amin took on a leadership role as Graduate Student Governor at UofT.
August 25, 2021 | Originally from the Philippines, Doris Adao strives to help others through outreach and mentorship opportunities. By day she finds cures to cardiovascular diseases, by night she finds creativity in cooking.
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