Carlos Santana has completed his Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at Ryerson University. His role includes engaging clinicians at St. Michael’s Hospital, increasing student involvement, and assisting in managing projects within the Co-Development Lab program. He has a passion towards product development, and the business management aspects of early-stage companies and hopes to apply his knowledge in the biomedical field.
Jahleel is a graduate of the Medical Physics program at Ryerson University and is ambitious about pursuing a career in the medical field. In his role at the Biomedical Zone, he focuses on analyzing and evaluating collected data metrics for startup business development and is very involved with the organization’s marketing strategy and research.
Andria is currently completing a Bachelor of Science in Biology at Ryerson University. She acts as a liaison between startups and industry advisors, and executes initiatives in business development and analysis. Having previously completed a Specialization at the Design Fabrication Zone, she has an avid interest in design thinking and human-centered design and aspires to apply this knowledge in the biomedical field.
Anojan is a 4th year Business Management student at Ryerson University, majoring in Marketing Management. He is a creative thinker and strategic planner and in his role works in digital content creation and social media management. He is very interested in following the latest trends in social media and aims to help organizations build a strong brand identity.
Griffin is a 3rd year Industrial Engineering student at Ryerson University and has a passion for helping improve the healthcare industry. As a Biomedical Zone Student Program Assistant, he actively looks to support carrying out day-to-day operations and improving the growth of clinician engagement projects.
Prasanthy Loganaathan is currently completing her education in Biomedical Engineering at Ryerson University. Her academic interests stem from her passion for medical technology innovation. At the Biomedical Zone, her role as the Zone Assistant consists of handling day-to-day administrative operations, enhancing social media outreach, and coordinating logistics, as well as internal events for startups.
Johnny is a 3rd year Biomedical Engineering student at Ryerson University with a deep interest in project management and operational work. He is also currently Co-Chair for RU Hacks, the official hackathon of Ryerson University. Johnny hopes that working at the Biomedical Zone will help both build his skills as a program coordinator and improve his knowledge of the biomedical field.