My background is in Electronics Engineering with Nanotechnology at the University of York who have awarded me a Master’s degree in this subject. I have been interested in nanotechnology and its potential in health care and performance enhancement since I was 14 years old. I also have had the unfortunate luck of having been hospitalised many times. This is counterintuitively, however, also an advantage, as I have been through hospital systems in 3 different countries and know many of the differing national standards used around the world to treat the exact same conditions. I have taken courses on medicine in relation to electronics engineering as well as studied whatever I could in my free time, and have also been working on the implementation of a stroke rehabilitation system for my Master’s project. This shows my fascination and passion for the topic, which is what our joint project is all about.