Zeyad Ghulam

Research Analyst
Safe Evacuation, Improving Accessibility of our National Parks

Zeyad is a Research Assistant with the Engineering Health team at TRI. He is a highly motivated and industrious individual who is currently enrolled in the University of Guelph pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. With his interest in rehabilitation robotics as well as in the ever growing MedTech industry, Zeyad has contributed in designing a fully functional end-effector that attaches to a feeding robot while he was a part of the Guelph Robotics Institute Laboratory.

Currently, Zeyad aims to explore research and he is actively researching and contributing towards two projects titled “Revising Recommendations for Evacuating Individuals with Functional Limitations in the Built Environment” and “Revising Accessibility Standards for Canada’s National Parks”. He aspires to pursue graduate school in the near future.