Aishwarya Bandla is a graduate student at the National University of Singapore, pursuing her doctoral degree under supervision of Prof. Nitish V. Thakor and Prof. Einar Wilder-Smith. She received her B.E. degree (First Class Honours) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2009) from Anna University and then worked as a SAP technical consultant in Infosys Limited. At SINAPSE, as a part of the Clinical Translational Engineering group, Aishwarya worked on Blind Source Separation Techniques for artifact removal in EEG. Following on, in the Neurophotonics Group, her work involved developing novel neuroprotective therapeutic interventions for hyperacute ischemic stroke (benchside) and chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (clinical trials) and resulted in several peer-reviewed SCI journal papers. Aishwarya's research interests include neuroengineering, clinical translational engineering, neuroelectrophysiology, neural signal processing and neurovascular coupling studies. Apart from research, Aishwarya is an active member of diverse interest groups including the IEEE WiE forum, UN Women in STEM, IEEE Young Professionals, etc., and has held several leadership positions (such as the NUS BME Graduate student group, Biomedical Engineering Society, Singapore).