Ritika Saxena

Ritika Saxena

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Role Research Assistant
Research area Stem cell biology

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Ritika is an early career researcher in stem cell medicine. She is currently completing her PhD in haematopoietic stem cells under Professor Andrew Elefanty, Dr Elizabeth Ng and Professor Ed Stanley in the Blood Disease laboratory. Outside of science, Ritika is an emerging community leader passionate about multiculturalism and empowering international students. Ritika was named in Herald Sun's Top 20 under 40 researchers in 2022 and won International Student of the Year - Research at the Victorian International Education Awards 2021-2022.
Ritika is an early career researcher in stem cell medicine. She is currently completing her PhD in haematopoietic stem cells under Professor Andrew Elefanty, Dr Elizabeth Ng and Professor Ed Stanley in the Blood Disease laboratory. Outside of science,...
Ritika is an early career researcher in stem cell medicine. She is currently completing her PhD in haematopoietic stem cells under Professor Andrew Elefanty, Dr Elizabeth Ng and Professor Ed Stanley in the Blood Disease laboratory. Outside of science, Ritika is an emerging community leader passionate about multiculturalism and empowering international students. Ritika was named in Herald Sun's Top 20 under 40 researchers in 2022 and won International Student of the Year - Research at the Victorian International Education Awards 2021-2022.

Top Publications

  • Kompa, AR, Greening, DW, Kong, AM, McMillan, PJ, Fang, H, Saxena, R, Wong, RCB, Lees, JG, Sivakumaran, P, Newcomb, AE, et al. Sustained subcutaneous delivery of secretome of human cardiac stem cells promotes cardiac repair following myocardial infarction. Cardiovascular Research 117(3) : 918 -929 2020
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