|Role||ARC ICHDR, PhD Candidate|
|Project||Developing and characterising a novel comprehensive microphysiological system (MPS)|
|Node||University of Melbourne|
|Supervisor/s||Professor Alastair Stewart, Dr Daniel Tan, Dr Bryan Gao|
- 2018-2020: Bachelor of Biomedicine, Pathology——The University of Melbourne
- 2021-2022: Master of Biomedical Science, Microbiology and Immunology——The University of Melbourne
My research focusses on creating a comprehensive high fidelity next generation microphysiological system (MPS). This primarily involves characterising and optimising a multiplex superfusion system that generates a physiological microenvironment for in vitro and ex vivo experimentation. Such a MPS can be deployed to vastly facilitate improving the predictive value of preclinical biomedical research and the uncovering of novel pathophysiological pathways.
I also have a background in microbiology and immunology, where I investigated the effect coinfection with influenza virus have on streptococcal colonisation and transmission.
LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/hao-yang-lim/