Faces of Salvia

Meet Shriya Rangaswamy, our Process Development Engineer

"Thanks to the female role models at Salvia, I also saw opportunities for my own professional and personal growth.”

Shriya Rangaswamy, now a Process Development Engineer, grew up in Bangalore, India. After graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Biotechnology, Shriya sought further knowledge and new challenges. Leaving the bustling city of 8 million behind, she chose Delft, the Netherlands, for her Master's in Biomedical Engineering. After graduation, she worked at a small medical device company and delved into Ph.D. studies, though she ultimately opted for industry experience rather than a full Ph.D. Salvia BioElectronics caught her attention through a tip from her supervisor at TU Delft.

Although there were no job openings, she decided to send an e-mail. "I was quickly invited for a visit, which I hadn't expected at all." During her visit, co-founder Daniel's passionate story resonated with Shriya: "I wanted to be a part of it and immediately felt a sense of purpose, something I was missing." The presence of female role models like Maartje and Monique in the cleanroom also had a lasting impact on Shriya, a contrast to her experience interviewing at larger companies.

Since joining Salvia in 2022, "I have learned so much." Shriya’s focus is on implementing concepts developed in the research and engineering line towards the production line (in the cleanroom), aiming at process and product reliability. More than that, the ultimate mission is to focus on helping people with migraine. "This is fulfillment."

For Shriya, the connections she's made at Salvia and through the Social Club - an employee-led initiative that organizes events - are invaluable. "In a new city, new house, new job, I've found a great support system at work, people who have my back." Although she prefers Delft to Eindhoven ("I just really like Delft, haha"), she cherishes the connections in her new professional and personal journey.

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