Aabha Nagral was trained as a Gastroenterologist from Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital, Mumbai. After working in KEM and Tata Hospitals she received the PN Berry Scholarship of the Indian High Commission UK and worked in the department of Hepatology at the Royal Free Hospital, London and Mayo Clinic, USA. She now serves as consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist (Liver Specialist) at Jaslok and Fortis Hospitals and Kasturba Hospital of Infectious Diseases, Mumbai. She was involved in setting up the liver transplant programme at Jaslok Hospital. She is Vice President of the Maharashtra Chapter of the Indian Society of Gastroenterology (ISG) and Governing Council member of the Indian Association of the Study of Liver (INASL). She has published extensively and now has a special interest in Pediatric liver disease. Her group has published the first experience on radiological interventions in Budd Chiari syndrome in children. She has organised various conferences including pediatric liver disease updates. She serves on the Indian medical advisory board of a charitable access programme for treatment of patients with Gaucher disease – a rare metabolic disorder of the liver. She is past secretary of a support group of Wilson’s disease patients. She is also an avid educator, delivering more than 250 lectures, features and quoted in journals, news papers and Television.ary of a support group of Wilson’s disease patients. She is also an avid educator, delivering more than 250 lectures, features and quoted in journals, news papers and Television.