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Cardiologist specializing in Genetic Aortic DIsease, Massachusetts General Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital for Children Assistant Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
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My research interest is the clinical expression and molecular etiology of human aortic aneurysm. Aneurysm represents the anatomic expression of aortic organ failure with dilation and eventual tear; an event termed dissection associated with high mortality. In my research I utilize human and murine genetics as well as animal modeling to investigate the etiology and pathologic progression of inherited and sporadic aortic disease. Through this work I hope to discover better diagnostics and novel therapies for patients with aneurysmal conditions.To learn more please visit the laboratory website at: http://lindsaylab.mgh.harvard.edu
At 16, Anna Young was diagnosed with Myhre Syndrome, a very rare genetic condition. Since coming to the Myhre Syndrome Clinic at MGHfC, she has found her place in the world and learned the skills to thrive as a young adult.
April Lanord's son, Alec Bruneau, was considered a medical mystery until he received a diagnosis of Myhre Syndrome, a very rare genetic condition, during childhood. Since coming to the Myhre Syndrome Clinic, Alec has found a new sense of confidence and comfort in who he is. April was also inspired to become an ambassador for the clinic, helping other families get oriented to Boston and MGHfC.
Dr. Mark Lindsay conducts clinical and basic science research of aortic disease, including the clinical expression and molecular etiology of human aortic aneurysm.
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