Madhurima Vardhan works in MyHealth team at Google Research, Bengaluru, India. She is a computational scientist by training who specializes in developing HPC and AI algorithms for biomedical and clinical applications. She won the Student Design and Research award at Annual Biomedical-Engineering Society Meeting in 2018 for her project “Deriving FFR From Routine Angiogram-based Fluid Simulations”. Madhurima was awarded the American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowship in 2019 for her work “Novel anatomy-physiology guided diagnostic metric for complex coronary lesions”. She is also the recipient of the ACM-IEEE CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowship in 2020 for her dissertation work titled “Establishing a massively parallel, patient-specific model of cardiovascular diseases”. In 2021, she was awarded the Aleane Webber Research Dissertation Fellowship from The Graduate School, Duke University for her thesis.