Nicholas L Rider, DO
- Texas Medical Center
Clinic Chief of Allergy and Immunology
Texas Children's Hospital
|Pennsylvania State University||fellowship||Allergy and Immunology||2008|
|Pennsylvania State University||residency||2006|
|University of Health Sciences, College of Ost||medical school||Doctor of Osteopathy||2002|
I want to see children and adults with primary immunodeficiency lead vital, high quality lives. Patients with allergic and immunologic conditions should be able to realize their goals to the fullest extent possible. Towards this, my focus is on early diagnosis of primary immunodeficiency disease through computational and informatic techniques leading to precise, team-based, comprehensive care.
My training is in Allergy-Immunology and data science. With these tools, I aim to optimize healthcare systems which inform care in a cost-effective and friendly manner.
|American Academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology||Member|
|Clinical Immunology Society||Member|
Rider NL, Boisson B, Jyonouchi S, Hanson EP, Rosenzweig SD, Cassanova JL, Orange JS.Novel TTC37 Mutations in a Patient with Immunodeficiency without Diarrhea: Extending the Phenotype of Trichohepatoenteric Syndrome. Front Pediatrics 2015 Jan 30;3:2. doi: 10.3389/fped.2015.00002. eCollection 2015. Erratum in:Front Pediatr. 2015;3:28. PMID:25688341.
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