Researcher and Clinical Laboratory Manager
Northwell Health at Manhasset in New York, USA
Dr. Mukesh Tiwari is currently working as a researcher and Clinical Laboratory Manager at Northwell Health at Manhasset in New York since 2014. He started working in 2008 as a clinical researcher at the University of Minnesota in islet cell transplantation and has tremendous experience in the fields of autologous, allogeneic and xenograft pancreatic islet transplantations as a viable alternative for life long insulin therapy in select patients of chronic pancreatitis and Type-1 Diabetes Mellitus respectively. Dr. Mukesh also serves on the editorial board of other journals and has co-authored several relevant papers on this subject in journals such as American journal of transplantation (AJT), European Medical Journal (EMJ) Transplantation, Pancreatology, Acta Diabetologia, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology.
Acute pancreatitis - Metabolic changes during progression from acute to chronic pancreatitis- reversible or not?
Chronic pancreatitis - Understanding the pathophysiology of diabetes in chronic pancreatitis (Type IIIc) - Biomarkers of deteriorating endocrine function in long standing pancreatitis - What is the best time to perform islet transplantation in chronic pancreatitis? -Autologous islet transplantation in pediatric populations- Why is it more successful than adult transplantations? What lessons can be learnt from that to put to use for adult cases. - Long term quality of life changes post islet transplantation in pediatric and adult populations.
Pancreatic cancer - Clinical usefulness of performing islet transplantation in patients with pancreatic tumors. - Epigenetics of pancreatic cancer & its usefulness for early diagnosis and treatment.
Hepatology and Pancreatic Science received 30 citations as per Google Scholar report