Andrisha Inderjeeth is medical officer and basic physician trainee. She completed her MBBS at University of Western Australia. She is an early career researcher and is involved in education and teaching at University of Western Australia and North Metropolitan Health Service. She is in the process of completing the requirements for Physician Training through the Australasian college of Physicians. She has been involved in research through The Marshal Institute, University of Western Australia and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. She has published in Rheumatology (Inderjeeth et al. https://doi.org/10.1111/1756-185X.133640 and osteoporosis (Australian Family Physician. 2016: 45(11):814-817 and has a paper in press in the Australian Journal of General Practice Manuscript ID AJGP-04-18-4544) .She has published a systematic review “The potential of computerised analysis of bowel sounds for diagnosis of gastrointestinal conditions: a systematic review” in Syst Rev. 2018; 7: 124 in collaboration with The Marshall Institute UWA.