Clinical Engineering, IBBME (University of Toronto)
Harminder Sandhu joined the IATSL team in September 2014. Harminder's research focuses on developing a smart phone application for the management of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). The hope is that this technology will help bridge the major gaps in our knowledge about how to objectively manage the issues of physical and cognitive exertion associated with the return to activity following mTBI.
Harminder is a graduate of the Electrical and Biomedical Engineering (B.Eng.) program at McMaster University. For her undergraduate capstone project she developed the hardware for an intelligent Cardiac Analysis system to automatically diagnose cardiac irregularities, such as an arrhythmia.