Our team comprises of McGill Bioengineering students in diagnostics screening and biomolecular engineering.
Ali has his B.Eng from McGill University in Bioengineering. He developed the computational fluid dynamics simulations of our device and worked in the Biostim Lab at Polytechnique Montréal to develop a lab-on-a-chip biosensor for the continuous monitoring of anti-epileptic drugs. Within MinutesFluidics, Ali divides his time between many aspects of the company including device design.
Domenico is a newly-graduated Bioengineering student from McGill University with a specialty in diagnostics and high-throughput screening, and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree at Concordia University in Computer Science. He has worked in biology and bioengineering labs for three years. Additionally, he has a good background in marketing courses, including practical experience, which will aid in the sale of our product.
Alexander has his B.Eng. in Bioengineering from McGill University. During his year-long engineering capstone project, he researched microfluidic device manufacturing strategies and worked on design simulations that would precede prototype development. In MinutesFluidics, Alexander concentrates on device design and external affairs.