Arti did her PhD. in Mathematics from the Indian Institute of Technology in Roorkee, India. Her research interests include building mathematical models using differential equations to understand better and predict the spread of epidemics. Particularly, she has worked on vector-borne disease models at the population as well as the cellular levels. She uses deterministic and stochastic differential equation theory to model disease dynamics. Arti received the funds from the IFCAM (Indo-French Center of Applied Mathematics) project during PhD for collaborative research between IIT Roorkee and Normandie University, France.
Arti also worked as a visiting researcher at The University of Alabama, USA. She worked there on stochastic models of vector-borne diseases. Arti did his postgraduation from Banaras Hindu University, India in Mathematics. She also received Prof. B.B. Sinha Gold Medal during her M.Sc. Examination. She enjoys reading astrology books.