Sally Moon

Sally Moon

Undergraduate research assistant

Hello! My name is Sally Moon, a UW biomedical engineering student working with Professor Boger's research in assistive technologies for the elderly. I am passionate about working with software, embedded systems and CAD design to develop transformative assistive products for people with disabilities. Day to day, I love to travel unexplored places, fancy ridiculous hackathon ideas, fiddle with new technologies and photograph every moment of it. Please check out my personal portfolio website for a sneak-peak into my latest passion projects and work experiences!

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Terence Li

Undergraduate research assistant

I am a BASc candidate in Systems Design Engineering. I have worked on several design projects throughout my degree focusing on older adults and technology, from developing interactive games to medication management systems. I have developed a strong interest in exploring how to incorporate technology with older adults and caregivers, and seek to combine my software and product experience in this area of research. This term I am working under the supervision of Professor Boger in the ITWIL lab to develop user interfaces.

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Zi Zhang

Undergraduate research assistant

I’m a final year Systems Design Engineering undergraduate student with extensive industry experience in software development. I’m interested in the healthcare applications of the interplay between consumer software, data science, and systems modelling to improve the quality of life for the aging population. In my free time, I enjoy playing sports and pushing myself to run long distances.

Laurel Pilon

Undergraduate research assistant

I am currently studying Biomedical Engineering at the University of Waterloo, and am an Undergraduate Research Assistant in Professor Boger’s lab. I am helping out with a project involving ambient vitals monitoring based on BCG measurements. In my spare time I like playing hockey and being outside.

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