Shriya Srinivasan

Biomechatronics
  • Research Assistant

Shriya is a PhD student in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics through the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology program. She graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, with a concentration in biomaterials. 

Shriya is currently working on a proprioceptive, regenerative peripheral neural interface that will ultimately enable patients to control their prosthesis with native neural signals. She is also exploring optogenetic techniques to create novel strategies to accelerate and improve neural regeneration. 

Shriya’s undergraduate research focused on developing chemotheranostic agents to assess the efficacy of chemotherapeutics in real-time using imaging. Shriya was a former director of MIT Hacking Medicine and works passionately on global health projects.

Listen to Shriya's Interview on NPR's Science Friday to hear about the how her research enables sensation of bionic limbs!

Learn more: LinkedIn Profile

Shriya is a PhD student in Medical Engineering and Medical Physics through the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology program. She graduated from Case Western Reserve University with a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering, with a concentration in biomaterials. 

Shriya is currently working on a proprioceptive, regenerative peripheral neural interface that will ultimately enable patients to control their prosthesis with native neural signals. She is also exploring optogenetic techniques to create novel strategies to accelerate and improve neural regeneration. 

Shriya’s undergraduate research focused on developing chemotheranostic agents to assess the efficacy of chemotherapeutics in real-time using imaging. Shriya was a former director of MIT Hacking Medicine and works passionately on global health projects.

Listen to Shriya's Interview on NPR's Science Friday to hear about the how her research enables sensation of bionic limbs!

Learn more: LinkedIn Profile