Lindsay C. Burrage, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular and Human Genetics
Baylor College of Medicine
|Baylor College of Medicine||fellowship||Biochemical Genetics||2014|
|University Hospitals of Cleveland||residency||Pediatrics||2011|
|Case Western Reserve Univ. School of Medicine||medical school||Doctor of Medicine/Philosophy||2008|
As a pediatrician and clinical geneticist, my primary clinical interest is in the diagnosis and management of a wide range of genetic disorders. I have a particular interest in the diagnosis and management of inborn errors of metabolism and skeletal dysplasias including osteogenesis imperfecta.
My research interests focus on understanding the etiology of long-term complications of urea cycle disorders and developing new therapeutic strategies for managing this group of disorders. In addition, I am involved in whole exome sequencing projects focusing on the discovery of novel genes associated with rare skeletal and metabolic disorders.
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Member|
|American College of Medical Genetics||Member|
|American Society of Human Genetics||Member|
|Society for Inherited Metabolic Disorders||Member|
Burrage LC, Jain M, Gandolfo L, Lee BH, Members of the Urea Cycle Disorders Consortium, Nagamani SC. (2014). Sodium Phenylbutyrate Decreases Plasma Branched-Chain Amino Acids in Patients with Urea Cycle Disorders. Molecular Genetics and Metabolism 113:131-5.