Vincent Morrison studied Mechanical Engineering from 2007 to 2009 and continued with his Master studies in Mechatronics with a focus on drive technology and micro systems. He obtained his M.Sc. degree in 2011. During his studies, he gained practical experience as a student assistant at the Fraunhofer AGP Rostock in the area of prototyping, at the Chair of Fluid Technology and Microfluidics while reprocessing CT data in order to reconstruct historical artefacts, as well as at the Institute for Physiology at the University of Rostock in the area of automatic data processing.
Vincent Morrison has been a researcher at the Chair of Fluid Technology and Microfluidics at the University of Rostock since 2011. Within the research project "Centifluidic Technologies", he is working on the development of an in-vitro diagnostic test platform as well as numerical flow simulations of micro annular gear pumps.
In October 2016, Vincent Morrison completed his doctorate. His thesis is entitled "Reduktion der Druck- und Volumenstrompulsation von Mikropumpen mittels optimierter Verzahnungen" (Reduction of the Pressure and Volume Flow Pulsation of Micropumps via the Use of Optimized Gearings).