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Student Forum

We are a group of engineering students interested in and following the groundbreaking work of Spectromix.

Student forum: Our Team

Jizhen Wang

A biomedical engineering master’s student with multiple research experiences including traumatic brain injury, acoustic hologram and PET imaging. I have a great passion for preventing, diagnosing and treating diseases with engineering measures.

Frederick Lau

Driven and energetic Biomedical Engineer student in designing and analysing specialized biomedical prototypes. Detail-oriented Research Assistant with hands-on experience performing clerical and laboratory work to advance research goals. Dedicated and astute with excellent communication skills. Aspire to bring this passion to the biomedical engineering space and improve public health through prototyping. Currently developing a medical device that can shorten the diagnostic duration of Endometriosis.

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Nikhil Nath Koura

Nikhil has a passion for Material Sciences and Tissue Engineering, currently studying Master of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Melbourne. He has a background in Data Analysis, Materials Engineering, and Transport Processes.
He has the ability to problem-solve, manage projects, and strategize for the future. He’s interested in research, development, and the application of Biomedical Technologies.

Matthew Colbert

Matthew is a results-driven and methods-oriented worker with a strong background in biomedicine, engineering, and peer tutoring.

 He has applicable knowledge in medical imaging, biomedical regulations, bioinstrumentation, data analytics, and tissue engineering. He also has experience in effective project management and communication, as well as independent research.



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