Harnessing his biomedical engineering background, Kulaghan now works as a technical consultant at DXC Technology.
Kulaghan’s study path started with the Bachelor of Biomedicine where he majored in Bioengineering Systems, followed by a Master of Engineering (Biomedical), both at the University of Melbourne.
Bioengineering is a growing field and I was interested in the kind of research and innovation that was coming out of it - and how medical and healthcare problems were being solved using engineering and technology.
For Kulaghan, Melbourne had the breadth, course structure and pathway he was looking for. He completed an internship at the Bionics Institute during his Masters, attended a study-abroad program in London and worked as a tutor/demonstrator in the Faculty of Engineering.
Kulaghan is continuing to build industry experience through his current role, and plans to pursue higher degree research in the medical imaging or neuroscience field.