Mr. Santos first became interested in the medical device industry during his undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto, where he specialized in Neuroscience and double minored in Physiology and Biology.

To integrate himself more with the industry and follow his interests, he decided to pursue a Master of Engineering degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto.

Through these experiences, he published his first paper, under Dr. Burton Yang at the Sunnybrook Research Institute, for their work involving circular RNA circularization efficiency.

Nearing the end of his masters, Cristian joined Neurescence on a 4-month internship placement as an Associate Manufacturing Engineer Intern.

After the internship finished, he was asked to stay on with the company as a full-time employee, with the position of Associate Manufacturing Engineer, and is excited to be a part of our team at Neurescence.