Gabriel Ng

Gabriel is in his first year of a PhD at University of Toronto. His thesis will focus on the development of a robust IMU system for biofeedback and gait monitoring for lower-limb amputees outside the clinic.

Gabriel received his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Purdue University in the United States. After his degree, he hopes to move into device or product design with the skills and experiences from undergrad and graduate school. To break from research, he plays classical guitar and loves to road cycle.