Tom Clarke

Design Computing

Tom has over 5 years of design experience, specializing in Graphic Design, User Interface Design and User Experience Design. He is tech savvy with a disposition for business and startups, having co-founded startup meet.smart that was accepted into The University of Sydney’s tech startup accelerator Incubate and music booking startup Red Earth to have run over 20 successful events in under 2 years.

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Rayza De Souza

MEDICAL SCIENCE
Neuroscience & PHARMACOLOGY

Rayza is both radiant and passionate. Her love of bacteriophages was vital to defining the direction of this project. In the third year of her medical science degree she has a passion for problem solving and learning which can be seen in the dedication and excitement she brings to the team.

 
 
 
 

Tsitsi Mushariwa

MEDICAL SCIENCE
Neuroscience & cELL PATHOLOGY

Tsitsi is driven by curiosity and the desire to discover. Exploring the realms of science and design has been an experience she has enjoyed and grown from. Adding to her plethora of technical skills. As part of the medical science team she assisted in the research and theoretical development of the project. Bringing excitement, dedication and an ever-present desire to learn, she has been a vital addition to the team.

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Nicholas A. Segran

Medical Science
Neuroscience & Applied Medical Science

Value-driven and passionate, Nicholas shows dedication to the development of all aspects of Strawberry. To this project he applies his love of challenges, leadership and writing. Nicholas took on the role of uncovering a biological process that could help to simplify current diagnostic methods.

 
 
 
 

Ian Thomas

Design Computing

With a love for furniture design and and all things hand made Ian took the lead in the physical form of the strawberry product. In his 4th year of Bach Design Computing w/ Minor in engineering, Ian has a wide range of experience from robotics to interaction design.

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