Dr. Minakshi Taparia

Associate Clinical Professor

Department of Medicine

Division of Hematology (DoM)
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About Me

Personal Statement:

My main areas of interest are bone marrow transplantation patients and rare diseases, particularly how we can improve outcomes through new drugs and therapies. Another related research interest is improving and standardizing treatment guidelines and protocols for blood disorders. 

Hematologist Minakshi Taparia graduated from the Topiwala National Medical College, Mumbai University in Mumbai, India. She subsequently completed training in clinical and laboratory hematology in Australia and a clinical and laboratory hematology fellowship in the UK. She also has specialized training in bone marrow transplantation. She joined the Division of Hematology in 2006 and was promoted to clinical associate professor in 2016.

Leadership and Collaborations:

Dr. Taparia is a member of the Erdheim-Chester Disease Alliance and Histiocytic disorders. She was a member of the Residency Training Program for Hematology.


Teaching

Dr. Taparia has an interest in clinical teaching, is actively involved in teaching activities and has mentored hematology fellows in the past.


Research

Dr. Taparia has been a member on several clinical research teams running clinical trials to look at drug effectiveness in treating disorders including acute myeloid leukemia. She is co-author of several articles published in such journals as Cytotherapy, Leukemia Research and Clin Transplant.