Maleeha graduated in 2019 with a BEng degree in Biomedical Engineering from King’s College London. During summer of 2018, she completed her internship under the school of Biomedical Engineering and Imagine Sciences, working in 3D printing, CAD designing and phantom manufacturing. She has recently gained an MSC in Healthcare Technologies from King’s College London, specialising in the field of medical and surgical robotics. Maleeha’s research interest includes implantable devices, prosthetics, and phantom manufacturing for surgical training.
Her current research focuses on medical implantable device with an aim to solve physical and psychological problems currently faced by stoma patients.
Project: Artificial smart valve for bag-free stoma