Mabthan Shah

Manthan Shah is a MASc student in Mechanical Engineering, originally from India. He pursued his bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from NIT Surat and moved to Canada in 2021 to commence his Master’s degree at UBC Okanagan. With a keen interest in medical device design, robotics, and automation, he joined the Heart Valve Performance Lab in January 2022, working under the guidance of Dr. Hadi Mohammadi and Dr. Ray Taheri on a project focused on developing hand tremor control orthoses for patients with Essential tremor and Parkinson’s tremor. He is passionate about creating innovative solutions that improve people’s quality of life, and he is dedicated to making a positive impact in the field of medical device engineering. In his leisure time, he enjoys engaging in chess, speedcubing, and hiking.”



M. Shah, D. Goode, and H. Mohammadi, “Computational study and validation of a novel passive hand tremor attenuator,” J Med Eng Technol, pp. 1–8, Oct. 2022, doi: 10.1080/03091902.2022.2134482.

M. Shah, D. Goode, R. Taheri, and H. Mohammadi, “Passive hand tremor attenuator devices and systems,” U.S. Provisional Patent No: 63/487,108, Feb. 27, 2023.

Manthan Shah