- Medical Innovation Fellow
- WIRB, 7th Floor
BScH, Chemistry, Acadia University
MASc, Biomedical Engineering, Dalhousie University
Michelle’s graduate research, in partnership with Toronto’s Synaptive Medical, focused on the clinical application of a novel MR imaging system for accelerating diagnoses of acute stroke in emergency medicine. This experience gave Michelle the ability to collaborate with various stakeholders, including clinical experts, physicians, research scientists, imaging physicists, MRI technologists, as well as undergraduate, graduate, and medical students. Michelle also has work experience as a product development consultant and quality control and assurance technician utilizing her background in chemistry and engineering.