Peter McGuire, Ph.D, is an investigator in NHGRI’s Medical Genomics and Metabolic Genetics Branch. Throughout his career, Dr. McGuire has been focused on improving the care of patients with disorders of mitochondrial metabolism. His NIH Clinical Center protocols, the NIH MINI Study, is the first organized effort to study immune function in patients with disorders of mitochondrial metabolism, which aims to demonstrate that these patients can be informative regarding the role of mitochondria in immune cell function.
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