Professor Minoti Apte

Professor Minoti Apte

OAM FAHMS

Director, Pancreatic Research Group
Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research
Fellow
Elected in 2019
NSW
Citation on election

Professor Minoti Apte is internationally renowned for her pioneering work on pancreatic stellate cell biology which opened up a whole new area of research into pancreatic fibrogenesis, a prominent feature of chronic pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer. The quality of work has been recognised comprehensively, including via >$14.5M in competitive funding and numerous prestigious awards.
She has an extensive track record of leadership at both an institutional and discipline level, including Membership of the NSW Cancer Council Research Committee and serving as Editor-in-Chief for Pancreatology. Furthermore, she has a strong performance history of promoting public awareness of health and medical science.

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