From Baylor Scott and White's website:
"Bashoo Naziruddin, PhD, has been the Director of the cGMP islet cell processing laboratory at Baylor University Medical Center since April 2003. He is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Institute of Biomedical Studies at Baylor University, Waco, Texas. Dr. Naziruddin’s current research is focused on the immunobiology of human islet cell transplantation. Specific research topics include assessment of immune response in islet transplant recipients, development of an optimal immunosuppressive regimen for islet transplantation, strategies to induce tolerance toward donor islets, identification of novel drugs to prevent islet rejection, and potential use of islets from pigs for transplantation into humans. He has published more than 113 research articles in peer-reviewed journals and has co-authored chapters in two books on organ transplantation and type 1 diabetes. He has also given more than 126 presentations at international/national scientific meetings and has delivered invited talks at reputed institutions."