Wayne Tse is a 3rd year undergraduate student at UBC studying Science. One day, Wayne hopes to be able to make a tangible and meaningful contribution to the medical community. From joining APEL, he wants to understand how a ubiquitous pollutant such as diesel exhaust can trigger NETosis.
Currently, Wayne is volunteering under the guidance of Denise, assisting in sample processing and microscopy work. Beyond APEL and classes, Wayne enjoys taking photos, walking his miniature Goldendoodle, and working at the Chapman Learning Commons.