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Irina Anselm, MD, is a child neurologist who has been treating patients with mitochondrial disorders for more than a decade. Her research is focused on the clinical presentation of children with mitochondrial disorders and their response to therapy with different medications and vitamins/supplements. As a member of the Mitochondrial Medicine Society, Anselm is part of a team that is developing standards of practice for this emerging field. Department: Neurology
Lindsay Simmons, CNRN, is a certified neuroscience nurse who is experienced in working with children with mitochondrial disorders. Department: Neurology
Although he is not formally part of our program, we work closely with Gerard Berry, MD, director of the Metabolism Program, as well as specialists from Gastroenterology, Ophthalmology, Cardiology and other departments at Boston Children’s who have experience in treating children with mitochondrial disorders.
Assistant in Neurology
Director, Metabolism Program
Department: Genetics and Genomics
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