Nundini received her BS in Biomedical Engineering from The University of Texas at Dallas. As an undergraduate student, she worked at a microfluidics lab, researching and handling point-of-care biosensors for rapid disease detection. She also worked as a co-op intern at Lung Biotechnology PBC, designing, machining, and testing geometries to improve blood - gas diffusion for a mechanically based Total Artificial Lung (TAL) device. Currently, Nundini is pursuing a Master’s in mechanical engineering at University of Michigan and is a recipient of the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Her primary interests include design of assistive devices, dynamics, controls, and biomechanics of orthoses and exoskeletons.