I graduated from Delhi College of Engineering (DCE) and worked on a range of experimental projects investigating fundamental molecular biology. I was awarded the Indian National Science Academy fellowship to study the role of chromosome architecture in nuclear dynamics. I received my Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering (BME) in 2015 from Duke University, where I expanded my research interest in material science experiments and multiphysics computational projects. I started my PhD studies in BME at Duke in 2016 and joined Dr. Amanda Randles’ lab using high performance computing to study vascular disease. I collaborate with computer scientists and physicians to develop and validate accurate computational algorithms that can aid treatment planning. The focus of my research is to develop parallel code that is memory efficient and can be applied to patient-specific simulations.