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Matthew  Pratt-hyatt

Matthew Pratt-hyatt

Associate Director | Lenexa, Kansas    United States of America
Biotechnology, Toxicology,...More
Research, Toxicology,...More
Spoken at 5 events
Speaking at 2 events

Biography :

Matthew Pratt-Hyatt, Ph.D., received his Ph.D. in cellular and molecular biology from the University of Michigan. He has trained under Dr. Paul Hollenberg, a prominent researcher on drug metabolism and Dr. Curtis Klaassen, one of the world’s leading toxicologists. He has over a dozen publications in well-known research journals such as PNAS and Cell Metabolism.

He is currently Associate Laboratory Director at The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc. in Lenexa, Kansas, focused on diagnosis and treatment of mitochondrial disorders, neurological diseases, chronic immune diseases, and more. He specializes in developing tools that examine factors at the interface between genetics and toxicology. His work is bringing new insight into how genes and toxicants interact and how that may to lead to mental health disorders, chronic health issues, and metabolism disorders.

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Specialties

Biotechnology, Toxicology, Research and Clinical Research

Interested Topics

Research, Toxicology, Biotechnology, Cellular and molecular biology, Drug metabolism, Mental health disorders, Chronic health issues, Metabolism disorders, TRNA genes, P450 mutants, Cell Metabolism, Dyslipidemias, Gene Silencing, Drug Metabolism, Cell Metabolism, Drug metabolism, Mental health disorders, Chronic health issues

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English

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