Our team comprises of McGill Bioengineering students in diagnostics screening and biomolecular engineering.
Domenico is a U4 Bioengineering student at McGill University in Biomedical, Diagnostics and High Throughput Screening Engineering and also pursuing a minor in computer science. He has worked in biology and bioengineering labs for three years with imaging technologies such as micro computed tomography and total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) microscopy. As such, he aims to make contributions to modelling problems such as fluid flow modelling. Additionally, he has a good background in marketing courses, including practical experience, which will aid in the sale of our product.
Alexander is a U4 Bioengineering student at McGill University in Biomolecular and Cellular Engineering. He has spent his past summer in a biological engineering research lab and has firsthand experience with how lengthy and complex existing diagnostic strategies for MRSA are. Alexander is minoring in Finance, and as such, he enjoys studying the financial feasibility of bioengineering innovations. In MinutesFluidics, Alexander concentrates on device design, finances, fluid flow modelling, heat transfer modelling, and external affairs.
Ali is a U4 Bioengineering student at McGill University in Biomedical, Diagnostics and High Throughput Screening Engineering. He is so passionate about aviation that he decided to go for his commercial pilot license. When he is not flying around Montreal, you will usually find him behind a computer screen coding and solving geeky math problems. The unknown is what gets him up in the morning. Within MinutesFluidics, Ali divides his time between many aspects of the company including surface chemistry research, device design, and maintaining the website.