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Contact the Mitochondrial Program

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  • International: +1-617-355-5209

Residency and fellowship opportunities

Learn more about residency opportunities in the Neurology Department and fellowship opportunities across Boston Children's.

Information on mitochondrial disease

Health professionals interested in learning more about mitochondrial diseases may also want to visit the website of the Mitochondrial Medicine Society.

Selected papers

Wang C, et al. Modeling the mitochondrial cardiomyopathy of Barth syndrome with iPSC and heart-on-chip technologies. Nature Medicine 2014 (in press)

Cherry et al. Induced pluripotent stem cells with a mitochondrial DNA deletion. Stem Cells 2013 Jul; 31:1287-97.

Heidary G, et al. Optic atrophy and a Leigh-like syndrome due to mutations in the c12orf65 gene: report of a novel mutation and review of the literature. J Neuroophthalmol 2014 Mar; 34:39-43.

Parikh S, et al. Practice patterns of mitochondrial disease physicians in North America. Part 1: diagnostic and clinical challenges. Mitochondrion 2014 Jan; 14:26-33.

Parikh S, et al. Practice patterns of mitochondrial disease physicians in North America. Part 2: treatment, care and management. Mitochondrion 2013 Nov; 13:681-7.

Parikh S, et al. A modern approach to the treatment of mitochondrial disease. Curr Treat Options Neurol 2009 Nov; 11:414-30.

Anselm IA, Darras BT. Dichloroacetate causes toxic neuropathy in MELAS: a randomized, controlled clinical trial. [comment] Neurology 2006 Oct 10; 1313.

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