Samuel Mackenzie, MD, PhD
Dr. Mackenzie a clinician-scientist specializing in the treatment of genetic neuromuscular disorders affecting children and young adults. His specific research interests include somatic instability in myotonic dystrophy and loss-of-function conditions amenable to gene replacement therapy. In addition to his work in the lab, he oversees the clinic for patients with limb-girdle muscular dystrophies, performs EMG studies, and attends on the inpatient child neurology service. He completed his MD-PhD training at Upstate Medical University before pursuing residency training in child neurology at The University of Michigan and fellowship training in neuromuscular medicine at The Ohio State University and Nationwide Children's Hospital. He joined the faculty at The University of Rochester in 2021.
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