Eishani is a 1st year Biomedical Science Ph.D. graduate student currently doing her second lab rotation in the Cotney Lab. Her lab rotation project involves finding causative variants of Autism. She has a Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering degree (with an emphasis in Cell and Tissue Engineering) along with a minor in biology from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. After being born in Europe (France), she did her K-12 schooling in Asia (India), Middle East (United Arab Emirates), Africa (Ethiopia), and in the United States of America (Virginia). She is trilingual (Hindi, English, and French); and when not in lab, she can usually be found reading about history, archaeology and astronomy or spending time with her family!