Helen Elisabeth Heslop is a physician-scientist from New Zealand whose clinical interests are in hematopoietic stem cell transplants. Heslop’s research interests are in immunotherapy to treat viral infections post transplant and hematologic malignancies. She is a professor in the Department of Medicine and Pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine and the director of the Center for Cell and Gene Therapy at Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Children’s Hospital and Houston Methodist Hospital. She is also the Dan L. Duncan Chair and the associate director of clinical research at the Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center.
Harold Heslop (1 October 1898 – 10 November 1983) was an English author, left-wing political actrivist, and coalminer, from near Bishop Auckland, County Durham. Heslop's first novel Goaf was published in 1926, but it was in a Russian translation as Pod vlastu uglya and did not appear in England until 1934. This novel, about mining in northern England, In 1929 he also published his first novel in England, The Gate of a Strange Field, which was about the General Strike of 1926. His last novel The Earth Beneath was published in 1946, and in 1994 over ten years after Heslop's death his autobiography Out of the Old Earth (1994) was published.
J Malan Heslop (18 June 1923 in Taylor, Weber County, Utah – 29 July 2011 Salt Lake City, Utah ) was a World War II combat photographer with Arnold E. Samuelson's Combat Assignment Unit #123 of the 167th Signal Photographic Company who documented evidence of Nazi war crimes. He later served as editor of the Church News and managing editor of the Deseret News .
John Herbert Heslop CBE (21 March 1925 – 21 June 2014) was a New Zealand surgeon noted for his treatment of burns. He was also active as a sports—particularly cricket—administrator, serving as president of the New Zealand Cricket Council from 1987 to 1989.