Sara is the co-founder of Agora Technologies, a Toronto-based medical technologies company aiming to give elderly patients the tools they need to take control of their health. She graduated from University of Toronto with a HBSc double majoring in molecular biology, and health and disease. As a finalist in the National Sci-tech competition, her work on microbial fuel cells represented Canada in the Stockholm water prize. With experience in “bench to bedside” research, clinical studies, computational biology, global health, and novel immunological therapies she’s passionate about using technology to create a more connected and collaborative approach to healthcare.
Sarah was a speaker at IEEE N3XT® 2016 Toronto.