Thomas Nesmith, BA, BSc

Thomas is a first year MSc graduate student in Molecular Science at Toronto Metropolitan University and recent BSc graduate in Biomedical Science. His current projects focus on developing a compact electroporator for live cell microscopy and investigating the effects of electric fields on the cell cycle in real time.

Prior to attending TMU, Thomas obtained his BA in Archaeology and Medieval Studies from Wilfrid Laurier University in 2013. This was followed by an Ontario College Advanced Diploma (OCAD) in Biomedical Engineering Technology from Centennial College in 2017. Over that time a variety of opportunities presented themselves from developing a wearable UV detection wrist band to excavating the ruins of a 3000-year-old city in Jordan.