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Thurman Wheeler, MD
MassGeneral Hospital for Children
55 Fruit Street
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Dr. Thurman Wheeler currently works in the department of neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Wheeler obtained his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine. He completed his residency at the University of Washington Medical Center, followed by a fellowship from The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
His ‘Wheeler Muscular Dystrophy Research Lab’ studies muscular dystrophies with the long-term goal of finding new treatments for patients. The lab focuses on the two most common types of muscular dystrophy: myotonic dystrophy and Duchenne dystrophy.
Background in muscle biology, muscle diseases, muscular dystrophies, molecular therapies, RNA metabolism, molecular biology, molecular imaging, translational research, neurogenetic disorders, and/or neuromuscular disorders.
Interest in muscle biology, muscle diseases, muscular dystrophies, molecular therapies, RNA metabolism, molecular biology, molecular imaging, translational research, neurogenetic disorders, and/or neuromuscular disorders.
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