Hailing from the remote, snowy north known as Toronto, Canada, Trevor received a BASc in biomedical engineering from the University of Toronto in 2020. Seemingly unable to avoid frigid climates, he moved to Chicago to pursue a PhD in molecular engineering, co-advised by Aaron Esser-Kahn and Melody Swartz. His previous work on drug delivery systems led him to the immunoengineering path, where he aims to study how the targeted delivery of vaccines can help improve their efficacy. In his spare time, you may find him biking along the Chicago waterfront, or playing ultimate frisbee at the nearest available field.
Biomedical Systems Engineering, University of Toronto (2020)