Selina Ho

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Research Assistant

B.Eng. (Hons) (Medical)/ B.Sc. (Chemistry)

Selina is a Research Engineer in the Biomechanics and Spine Research Group (BSRG). During her undergraduate studies at the Queensland University of Technology, she completed her Work-Integrated Learning experience with the BSRG research team (2019-2020) on the Sealy Australia collaborative project, supervised by Assoc. Professor Paige Little. Since then, she has completed her undergraduate studies and been awarded a double degree in a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Medical Engineering) and Bachelor of Science (Chemistry). In 2021 Selina returned to work with the BSRG team as a research engineer.

Her current research with the BSRG involves the next phase of the Sealy Australia Project. Selina’s interests are in implementing coding for autonomy in large data sets for processing and analysis. This current project involves translating and interpreting biomechanical properties found in various imaging data into answers and insights about comfort in lying postures.