• Question: what route did you take to get into this type of engineering?

    Asked by LaurenShilton to Monica, Maedeh on 10 Mar 2016.
    • Photo: Monica Rozeik

      Monica Rozeik answered on 10 Mar 2016:

      Hi Lauren, I did my A-levels in maths, physics and design technology and passed them to do an undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering. After that finished I tried to work somewhere else for a bit but I wanted to go back to biomedical engineering so badly as I really enjoyed it. I applied for a doctorate in Scotland and I’m still here and loving it! 🙂

    • Photo: Maedeh Borhani

      Maedeh Borhani answered on 11 Mar 2016:

      I did my A-levels in maths, physics and biology. I did my undergraduate at university of Surrey in Medical Engineering then I completed an Msc degree in Engineering & Physical Sciences in Medicine. then I worked for GE for coupl of months before starting my PhD in medical engineering. During my PhD research, I studied the movement of the pelvis and effect of heavy loads on the spine and pelvis of school-children.