Noah is a fourth-year Engineering Science student at the University of Toronto – majoring in Biomedical Engineering. He is passionate about combining innovation, design thinking, and technology to develop solutions to healthcare problems. Noah has extensive experience in medical device R&D: he helped develop a novel catheter at Baylis Medical and worked in modelling and analytics at Stryker in Germany. Currently, his undergraduate thesis is at SickKids where he is working with two surgeons to design and test a retractor for pediatric hand surgery. He previously co-founded a company that developed a mechanical device to prevent back injury in janitorial staff. In his spare time, Noah enjoys playing basketball, weightlifting, and travelling.