Mini Gill, MHA, is the Clinical Research Manager for Pacific Neuroscience Institute. She brings an in-depth understanding of optimizing key facets of research administration, specifically federally-regulated and investigator-initiated clinical research studies. Mini leads the coordination of PNI Foundation’s efforts to execute high-impact clinical and data science research that expands the understanding of neurological, cranial, behavioral, and cognitive disorders within the Pacific Brain Health Center (PBHC). She is responsible for the execution of clinical research as well as lifecycle management, through effective partnerships with cross-functional teams to ensure delivery of clinical project commitments. Mini leads a team of Clinical Research Associates who are engaged in conducting, completing and reporting study results.
In her previous role as the Senior Program Manager of Neuro-oncology, Mini developed her clinical research experience with the Department of Translational Neurosciences and Neurotherapeutics at Saint John’s Cancer Institute, working with Dr. Santosh Kesari. She delivered substantial strategic and operational progress in clinical trial operations, developing clinical trial protocols in support of the clinical research mission of the Neurosciences Program at PNI. She has submitted grant applications, and articles for publication in professional journals, and effectively managed clinical trial operations across multiple sites in order to collaboratively transform the clinical and translational paradigm. She has nearly 3 years of orthopedics research experience at the UCLA biomechanics research division, and has worked as a critical care registered nurse at Providence Saint John’s Health Center, gaining invaluable experience in acute care before transitioning into clinical trials research.
Her experience, expertise, and strong commitment advances progress toward important outcomes for biomedical innovation, patient care and community health. In addition, she ensures research objectives and goals are met by identifying potential sources for program development.
A native of Los Angeles, Mini earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the California State University, Northridge (CSUN). She earned her Medical Degree from the American University of the Caribbean, and most recently in 2020 earned her Master’s in Health Administration.
Medical DegreeBachelor of Science in Biology, UCLA
MD, American University of the Caribbean
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, CSUN