Gargi is a research assistant the Stress, Psychiatry and Immunology lab at King’s College London, where she studies the relationship between stress, inflammation and depression using cellular models. Gargi completed her undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science, and is now undertaking a Master’s in Neuroscience at King’s College London. Additionally, Gargi is a writer and editor for a digital magazine, Inspire the mind, which provides her a platform to disseminate scientific information in a simple and creative manner. Furthermore, as a British Neuroscience Association scholar, Gargi is interested in championing diversity and inclusion, and creating welcoming workspaces. She has also been a part of the King’s Civic Leadership Academy, through which she contributed to a grassroot charity, and this academy helped her better understand about public policy creation. She is passionate about developing better treatment strategies for psychiatric conditions, scientific outreach and contributing to the public policy landscape regarding mental health support.