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.
Departments, Centers, & Programs:
Thoracic Aortic Center
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114-2696
- MD, University Of Virginia
- M.D.; Ph.D., University of Virginia School of Medicine
- Residency, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- Residency, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- Fellowship, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
American Board Certifications
- Pediatrics, American Board of Pediatrics
- Pediatric Cardiology, American Board of Pediatrics
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My research interest is the clinical expression and molecular etiology of human arterial disease. 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 arterial diseases. Through this work I hope to discover better diagnostics and novel therapies for patients with these serious conditions.
My research biography is available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/browse/collection/51274044/?sort=date&direction=descending
- Mar | 1 | 2019
A Massachusetts General Hospital research team has identified a nucleoprotein complex that is responsible for breaking down the arterial wall in aortic aneurysm.