Professor Benjamin Kile

Professor Benjamin Kile

FAHMS

Executive Dean, Health and Medical Sciences Faculty Office
The University of Adelaide
Fellow
Elected in 2016
SA
Citation on election

Benjamin Kile is Joint Head of the ACRF Chemical Biology Division at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, an NHMRC Principal Research Fellow, and a Professor at the University of Melbourne. A world leader in platelet biology, Ben is also known for his seminal discoveries in hematopoiesis, oncogene function, cell death and inflammatory disease. He contributes to the NHMRC as a member of Project Grant, ECF and CDF panels and reviews Project Grants, Development Grants, and Research Fellowships. Ben sits on the boards of several national committees and research networks, contributing to shaping health and medical sciences in Australia.

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