I did an MEng in Biomedical Engineering at Imperial before the CDT, where my final year project was looking at hip forces and muscle recruitments in musculoskeletal modelling of bilateral transfemoral amputee gait, which drove my interest in biomechanics and lower-limb prostheses.
My PhD project is going to be looking to design an adjustable prosthetic socket for lower limb amputees to address variations in comfort and fit. This will be based at Imperial College, supervised by Professor Anthony Bull.
Recently my hobbies include running, hill-walking and a bit of indoor climbing. I also find cooking relaxing, and enjoy listening to music.