During his undergraduate years at Flinders University, Grant travelled to Singapore in 2015 for work placement at Nanyang Polytechnic. His project revolved around the research, design and engineering of a device which had the ability to non-invasively determine the health of the human cardiovascular system. One year later, Grant presented the findings of the project at the International Conference of Biomedical Engineering 2016. Upon graduation with Honors in Biomedical Engineering and Medical Science, Grant gained employment with Chemtronics Biomedical Engineering as a Service Engineer. Throughout his time at Chemtronics, he was responsible for testing a wide range of medical devices and patient facilities to ensure medical industry standards were achieved across different hospital and medical clinics around Australia. He now fulfils the role of Service Engineer within the Micro-X team.