Eryn has a passion for healthcare innovation and addressing challenges in healthcare. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in biomedical engineering with a minor in psychology from the University of Victoria. Through her studies, Eryn gained exposure to human factors and usability principles, which led to her interest in optimizing user experiences in medical device design. Eryn’s diverse career experience includes working in consumer product development, conducting research in microfluidics, and contributing to the R&D of a medical rehabilitation device involving a brain-computer interface. Eryn’s research interests lies in the relationship between psychology, healthcare, and engineering. She values collaborative interdisciplinary environments, recognizing them as catalysts for developing solutions that best meet user needs. When she is not at work, you will find Eryn exploring the great outdoors through hiking, camping, and biking. You might also find her kicking a soccer ball as she has a lifelong passion for soccer and played for the UVic Vikes varsity women’s soccer team throughout university.