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Frances Dougherty Kendall

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Harvard Medical School

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Harvard Medical School

25 Shattuck Street, Room 306A

Boston, Massachusetts,02115

United States

Company Description

Harvard Medical School has more than 7,500 full-time faculty working in 11 academic departments located at the School's Boston campus or in one of 47 hospital-based clinical departments at 17 Harvard-affiliated teaching hospitals and research institutes. Those...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer, Metabolic, Mitochondrial, and Inherited Disorders

Virtual Medical Practice LLC


Metabolic Laboratory Director

Horizon Molecular Medicine


Physician, Medical Genetics

Emory Healthcare


Affiliations

MitoAction

Board Member


Education

UMDNJ-New Jersey Medical School


M.D.


Web References(67 Total References)


US Autism & Asperger Association

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Frances D Kendall, MD - Attending physician at the Department of Genetics, Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite Center; Board certified as a biochemical geneticist.
Former instructor in pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, and an Assistant Professor at Emory University School of Medicine; Author


Board of Directors | Mitochondrial Disease Action Committee - MitoAction

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Dr. Frances Kendall, MD
Dr. Frances Dougherty Kendall trained and served on the staff at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School for a number of years. She was the previous 50% owner of a successful genetic laboratory/healthcare provider (Horizon Molecular Medicine), and has extensive experience in the diagnosis and management of children with a wide array of metabolic disorders. She brings this vast experience to her private practice, Virtual Medical Practice, LCC, as president and founder. Dr. Kendall is a well respected pediatrician as well as biochemical geneticist, and she has authored numerous research articles on rare diseases ranging from Nieman Pick Type C and mitochondrial disease. As one of the few clinical mitochondrial disease experts, she has a long-term interest in research and clinical aspects of rare metabolic diseases.


Medical Genetic Consultation

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Medical genetic consultation is available to providers, patients and their families with Frances D. Kendall, M.D.
Dr. Frances Dougherty Kendall, who trained and was on staff at Boston Children's Hospital, and Harvard Medical School for a number of years, and was the previous 50% owner of a successful genetic laboratory/healthcare provider has extensive experience in the diagnosis and management of children and adults with a wide array of inborn errors of metabolism and genetic disorders. She brings this vast experience to her private practice as a Clinical and Biochemical Geneticist. She has authored numerous research articles on various rare diseases that include Niemann Pick Type C and mitochondrial disease and has a long term interest in research and clinical aspects of rare metabolic disorders. She is well known and respected as one of only a few clinical mitochondrial disease experts and is a staunch patient advocate. Dr. Kendall recently became the newest member of the Medical Advisory Committee for the nation-wide mitochondrial advocacy group and non-profit, Mitoaction and is involved in fundraising and charity work for patients and families with genetic diseases. Dr. Kendall provides the following services: Counseling Management Diagnostics To schedule an appointment with Dr. Kendall, please contact Client Services:


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Join us on Friday, May 15 with Dr. Fran Kendall to get the answers to these questions and more regarding the use of medical marijuana (cannabis oil) for treatment in mitochondrial disease patients.
Georgia just signed into law the use of cannabis oil for a number of diseases, including mitochondrial disease. Several Mito families in Georgia advocated on behalf of this legislation. While 35 other states have passed similar legislation, Georgia is the first state to include mitochondrial disease in the list of disorders to be treated. Dr. Kendall will touch on historical perspective, mechanisms of action, dosing, safety and outcome data. About The Speaker: Dr. Kendall trained and served on the staff at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School for a number of years. She was the previous 50% owner of a successful genetic laboratory/healthcare provider (Horizon Molecular Medicine), and has extensive experience in the diagnosis and management of children with a wide array of metabolic disorders. She brings this vast experience to her private practice, VMP, LCC, as president and founder. Dr. Kendall is a well respected pediatrician as well as biochemical geneticist, and she has authored numerous research articles on rare diseases ranging from Nieman Pick Type C and mitochondrial disease. As one of the few clinical mitochondrial disease experts, she has a long-term interest in research and clinical aspects of rare metabolic diseases.


Horizon Molecular Medicine

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Dr. Frances Dougherty Kendall, who trained and was on staff at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School for a number of years, directs the Horizon Molecular Medicine Metabolic Laboratory and has extensive experience in the diagnosis and management of children with a wide array of inborn errors of metabolism.Dr. Kendall is board certified in Pediatrics and in Biochemical Genetics.Dr. Kendall has authored numerous research articles on various rare diseases that include Nieman Pick Type C and mitochondrial disease and has a long term interest in research and clinical aspects of rare metabolic diseases.


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