Stefan Lazarevic

Stefan is a MEng candidate in the school of biomedical engineering (SBME) at The University of British Columbia (UBC). Originally from North Vancouver, he represented the UBC Men’s Tennis Team throughout his undergraduate and graduate degrees. He is supervised by Dr. Babak Shadgan and is currently coordinating a study on low-intensity blood flow restriction training in people with spinal cord injury. His academic background is in biomaterials, orthopaedic biomechanics, sports medicine, and human anatomy and physiology.


  • BASc, Materials Engineering, Department of Materials Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science, The University of British Columbia (2015 – 2020)
  • MEng, Biomedical Engineering, School of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science & Medicine, The University of British Columbia (2021 – present)


  • Dean’s Honour List, The University of British Columbia (2016-2020)

Current Projects

  • Low-Intensity Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Exercise; a Potential Intervention to Improve Skeletal Muscle Development in People with SCI
  • Non-invasive evaluation of muscle metabolic fitness and function


Wearable sensors, anatomical modeling, nanotechnology, orthopaedic biomechanics, exercise physiology, medical devices, tennis, skiing


Stay tuned!