Need more? Try out  Advanced Search (20+ criteria)»

logo

Last Update

This profile was last updated on 5/25/2017 and contains contributions from the  Zoominfo Community.

is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong John Bissler?

John J. Bissler

Director, Division of Nephrology

Le Bonheur Children's Hospital

HQ Phone:  (901) 287-5437

Email: j***@***.org

GET ZOOMINFO GROW

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions.

I agree to the  Terms of Service and  Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Grow at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

THANK YOU FOR DOWNLOADING!

computers
  • 1.Download
    ZoomInfo Grow
    v sign
  • 2.Run Installation
    Wizard
  • 3.Check your inbox to
    Sign in to ZoomInfo Grow

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Community Edition at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

Le Bonheur Children's Hospital

848 Adams Avenue

Memphis, Tennessee,38104

United States

Company Description

Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., treats children each year through community programs, regional clinics and a 255 bed state-of-the-art hospital. Le Bonheur serves as a primary teaching affiliate for the University Tennessee Health Science Cent...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director, Division of Nephrology

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Inc


Professor

University of Tennessee


Co-Principal Investigator

National Institutes of Health


Pediatric Nephrologist

University of Cincinnati


Professor

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center


Academic Partner

Computational Medicine Center


Affiliations

Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance

Director


PKD Foundation

Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee


Operating

Board Member


The LAM Foundation

Advisory Board Member


NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STATE DIRECTORS OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

Board Member


LAM Treatment Alliance

Scientific Board of Advisors Member


LAM

Advisory Board Member


Education

M.D.

University of Cincinnati


medical degree

Northeast Ohio Medical University


Web References(108 Total References)


Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) | PKD Foundation

pkdcure.org [cached]

John J. Bissler, M.D.
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center St. Jude Children's Research Hospital & LeBonheur Children's Hospital John Bissler. M.D., is a pediatric nephrologist in Memphis, Tennessee. He is the Director of the Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence and the Director of the Division of Nephrology at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and LeBonheur Children's Hospital. Dr. Bissler is also a Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Tennessee. He received his medical degree from Northeast Ohio Medical University and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is Board certified in pediatrics and pediatric nephrology with expertise in angioedema, kidney disease and tuberous sclerosis.


Uncategorized :Bcureful

www.bcureful.org [cached]

Dr. John Bissler, Director Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital utilizes video technology to bring expert medical care where it's needed.
CHICAGO, IL - Bcureful-a non-profit organization devoted to advancing research towards the cure for Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC), as well as raising public awareness of the disorder while helping to bring expert medical care and support to people where they need it-presented a donation of $30,000.00 to seed a Telemedicine and TSC Research Study led by Dr. John Bissler, Director of the Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis. The goal of this study is to enroll 50 affected families and to analyze the economic impact of telehealth both for the family as well as for third party payers. Dr. Bissler's patients come from 47 states and 8 countries, and many have developmental disorders that make travel very difficult. While the distance and developmental issues pose a serious barrier to travel, getting the highest quality care for the child may simply be out of reach because of additional factors such as poverty and limited access to tuberous sclerosis centers of excellence. Through this study, Dr. Bissler is able to consult with individuals and families in their doctors' offices and in their homes and doctor's office utilizing video technology, bringing expert medical care where it's needed. While his target number of families is 50, this seed money will pay for 7 families for the two-year study. While engaging in patient care, Dr. Bissler is also gathering economic data in order to be able to demonstrate that telehealth is of economic benefit to the payer and patient alike. The results of this study will likely change the direction of TSC patient care going forward by allowing families to get the very best care for their child, unrestricted by where they live or their economic status. Since the original donation, Bcureful has been able to send another $1,132.69 in donor designated funding to support Dr. Bissler's study. Dr. Bissler shared his gratitude for the support "Lots of people talk about doing these sorts of things, but it has a cost. Bcureful has really improved people's lives." Julie Nerheim Scroggins added, "We are happy to support Dr. Bissler with this important study. Dr. John Bissler, Director Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital utilizes video technology to bring expert medical care where it's needed.


#Donate :Bcureful

www.bcureful.org [cached]

Dr. John Bissler, Director Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital utilizes video technology to bring expert medical care where it's needed.
CHICAGO, IL - Bcureful-a non-profit organization devoted to advancing research towards the cure for Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC), as well as raising public awareness of the disorder while helping to bring expert medical care and support to people where they need it-presented a donation of $30,000.00 to seed a Telemedicine and TSC Research Study led by Dr. John Bissler, Director of the Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis. The goal of this study is to enroll 50 affected families and to analyze the economic impact of telehealth both for the family as well as for third party payers. Dr. Bissler's patients come from 47 states and 8 countries, and many have developmental disorders that make travel very difficult. While the distance and developmental issues pose a serious barrier to travel, getting the highest quality care for the child may simply be out of reach because of additional factors such as poverty and limited access to tuberous sclerosis centers of excellence. Through this study, Dr. Bissler is able to consult with individuals and families in their doctors' offices and in their homes and doctor's office utilizing video technology, bringing expert medical care where it's needed. While his target number of families is 50, this seed money will pay for 7 families for the two-year study. While engaging in patient care, Dr. Bissler is also gathering economic data in order to be able to demonstrate that telehealth is of economic benefit to the payer and patient alike. The results of this study will likely change the direction of TSC patient care going forward by allowing families to get the very best care for their child, unrestricted by where they live or their economic status. Since the original donation, Bcureful has been able to send another $1,132.69 in donor designated funding to support Dr. Bissler's study. Dr. Bissler shared his gratitude for the support "Lots of people talk about doing these sorts of things, but it has a cost. Bcureful has really improved people's lives." Julie Nerheim Scroggins added, "We are happy to support Dr. Bissler with this important study.


#Dr. John Bissler :Bcureful

www.bcureful.org [cached]

John Bissler
Dr. John Bissler, Director Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital utilizes video technology to bring expert medical care where it's needed. CHICAGO, IL - Bcureful-a non-profit organization devoted to advancing research towards the cure for Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC), as well as raising public awareness of the disorder while helping to bring expert medical care and support to people where they need it-presented a donation of $30,000.00 to seed a Telemedicine and TSC Research Study led by Dr. John Bissler, Director of the Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis. The goal of this study is to enroll 50 affected families and to analyze the economic impact of telehealth both for the family as well as for third party payers. Dr. Bissler's patients come from 47 states and 8 countries, and many have developmental disorders that make travel very difficult. While the distance and developmental issues pose a serious barrier to travel, getting the highest quality care for the child may simply be out of reach because of additional factors such as poverty and limited access to tuberous sclerosis centers of excellence. Through this study, Dr. Bissler is able to consult with individuals and families in their doctors' offices and in their homes and doctor's office utilizing video technology, bringing expert medical care where it's needed. While his target number of families is 50, this seed money will pay for 7 families for the two-year study. While engaging in patient care, Dr. Bissler is also gathering economic data in order to be able to demonstrate that telehealth is of economic benefit to the payer and patient alike. The results of this study will likely change the direction of TSC patient care going forward by allowing families to get the very best care for their child, unrestricted by where they live or their economic status. Since the original donation, Bcureful has been able to send another $1,132.69 in donor designated funding to support Dr. Bissler's study. Dr. Bissler shared his gratitude for the support "Lots of people talk about doing these sorts of things, but it has a cost. Bcureful has really improved people's lives." Julie Nerheim Scroggins added, "We are happy to support Dr. Bissler with this important study.


#Le Bonheur Children's Hospital :Bcureful

www.bcureful.org [cached]

Dr. John Bissler, Director Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital utilizes video technology to bring expert medical care where it's needed.
CHICAGO, IL - Bcureful-a non-profit organization devoted to advancing research towards the cure for Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC), as well as raising public awareness of the disorder while helping to bring expert medical care and support to people where they need it-presented a donation of $30,000.00 to seed a Telemedicine and TSC Research Study led by Dr. John Bissler, Director of the Tuberous Sclerosis Center of Excellence Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis. The goal of this study is to enroll 50 affected families and to analyze the economic impact of telehealth both for the family as well as for third party payers. Dr. Bissler's patients come from 47 states and 8 countries, and many have developmental disorders that make travel very difficult. While the distance and developmental issues pose a serious barrier to travel, getting the highest quality care for the child may simply be out of reach because of additional factors such as poverty and limited access to tuberous sclerosis centers of excellence. Through this study, Dr. Bissler is able to consult with individuals and families in their doctors' offices and in their homes and doctor's office utilizing video technology, bringing expert medical care where it's needed. While his target number of families is 50, this seed money will pay for 7 families for the two-year study. While engaging in patient care, Dr. Bissler is also gathering economic data in order to be able to demonstrate that telehealth is of economic benefit to the payer and patient alike. The results of this study will likely change the direction of TSC patient care going forward by allowing families to get the very best care for their child, unrestricted by where they live or their economic status. Since the original donation, Bcureful has been able to send another $1,132.69 in donor designated funding to support Dr. Bissler's study. Dr. Bissler shared his gratitude for the support "Lots of people talk about doing these sorts of things, but it has a cost. Bcureful has really improved people's lives." Julie Nerheim Scroggins added, "We are happy to support Dr. Bissler with this important study.


Similar Profiles

city

Browse ZoomInfo's Business
Contact Directory by City

city

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

city

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory