Harrison Caddy
Being able to make a difference through research, along with the support and community offered through the Forrest Research Foundation, has been a been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.

Harrison is a biomedical engineer with an interest in understanding how the cardiovascular system responds to extreme environments, including conditions of reduced gravity and elevated heat stress. His PhD involves developing three-dimensional models of human and animal micro blood vessel networks using computational fluid dynamics simulation to aid in the planning for future planetary spaceflight missions to the Moon and Mars, as well as improve heath-screening methods for terrestrial workers such as those in military training and operations, and remote environments.

ResearchingComputational haemodynamics
AffiliatedUniversity of Western Australia|
Focus areaHealth, Technology