Tina has recently obtained her PhD degree in electrical engineering from the University of Toronto. Her PhD work has focused on recycling atmospheric CO2 to chemical fuels and developing biosensors for point-of-care diagnostics. She is the co-author of 10 articles published in prestigious scientific journals and has a patent on cost-effective method for fabrication of biosensors. Tina is passionate about bringing new technologies to market to solve real-world problems, especially in healthcare and climate change. So, besides her scientific endeavors, she strives to build upon her business knowledge by taking MBA courses and doing volunteer strategy consulting for non-profit ventures. Outside school, Tina is an avid skier and practices synchronized swimming with UofT Varsity team.