Sruthi has always been curious and driven to define and solve problems at the intersection of engineering and biology. After completing her Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbatore, India, she then pursued a PhD in Bioengineering at University of Pittsburgh. For her PhD dissertation, Sruthi applied information theory to better understand skeletal muscle aging. Now, as a part of the computational biology team at Retro, she works closely with wet-lab scientists to refine rejuvenation techniques that aim to improve healthspan.
Outside of work, Sruthi enjoys trying new recipes, exploring nature, and spending time with close ones.