2003 – 2007
B.A.Sc., Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering Minor, University of Toronto
My research involves the study of bone remodeling and signal transduction, particularly the role of osteocytes in regulation of osteoclasts. A microfluidic approach is used to develop devices for measuring real-time interactions between various cell types. Results will contribute to a better understanding of signal transduction in bone in response to mechanical loading and other external factors.