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Dr. Sanz's current research interests and efforts are focused on examining human B cell development, function and tolerance. He is also exploring the use of B cell depletion in the treatment of autoimmune diseases and is attempting to identify new biomarkers for Sjogrens syndrome. He is also co-director of the Rochester Center for the Biodefense of Immunocomprimised Populations and director of the Rochester NIH Autoimmune Center of Excellence. The Rochester ACE has made further investigations into the pathogenesis of systemic lupus erythematosis possible.