Naro Biswas, PhD, is an assistant research professor of pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine. As an investigator in the newly established Gene and Cell Therapy Program at the Herman B Wells Center for Pediatric Research, Dr. Biswas’s research is focused on developing novel therapies to induce tolerance for the one-third of patients with hemophilia whose immune systems reject treatment.
Dr. Biswas is deeply moved by the dedication of Riley Hospital for Children at IU and its allies. She is especially motivated by her five-year-old daughter, Anya, who inspires her to passionately pursue therapies that treat or cure sickness for children around the world.
Dr. Biswas is originally from India and currently reside in Fishers with her husband, Sandeep, and Anya. Her guilty pleasures include epic fantasy novels and British crime dramas. Her first name, Naro, means “flower” in her native language.