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4801 Frankford Rd. #300
Dallas, TX 75201
Emily Brown, PhD
Emily Brown is a PhD in Biochemistry specializing in optimal gut health, comprehensive metabolic profiling, and advanced genetic analysis. Emily completed her PhD in bacterial subcellular organization at Texas A&M University while pursuing additional training in Nutritional Biochemistry.
After completing her degree Emily interned at NGI (Nutritional Genomics Institute) to learn the clinical aspects of Nutritional Genomics. Emily is an avid reader in functional medicine and passionate about eating healthy and helping people get well.
Emily provides services for interpreting genetic data from ancestry.com, 23andme.com, and genos.com. Emily also provides advanced organic acid analysis reports with a personalized nutritional plan. Emily is available for consults regarding optimal gut health. A consult will include a discussion of recommended testing, analysis of test findings, and a personalized dietary intervention based on test findings.
CNS Certified Nutrition Specialist (coming soon June 2019)
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSTIY (TAMU) 2018
PhD, Biochemistry and Biophysics
NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY (NAU) 2012
Bachelor of Science, Chemistry - Health Pre-Professional w/ minor in Biology
Basics of genetics, methylation, MTHFR and DHFR
Mitochondrial Health and Disease- Part 1 & 2
Neurotransmitters Part 1 & 2
Mast Cell Activation Disorder
Immunodeficiency and Genetics
Ehler-Danlos Syndrome and connective tissue disease
Intro to Organic Acid Testing Part 1 & 2
Depression, Anxiety, and Overeating Neurotransmitter Imbalance
Fixing Female Hormone Imbalances
Treating Adrenal Dysfunction
Correcting a Hypometabolic State
Introduction to Glutathione
Nutrition, Metabolic Health, and GSH Status
3 Ways to Clear Stubborn Inflammation
Does Glycine or GABA wake you up?
Does Methylfolate make you angry or depressed?
Thyroid Health with Datis Kharrazian, DHSc, DC, FACN, CNS
Follow Your Gut: Microbiomes and Aging with Rob Knight - Research on Aging
Recognizing & Removing the ‘Emergency Brakes’ Holding Back Optimal Brain Function. Tom O’Bryan, DC
The Brain Microbiota in Autism, Marco Ruggiero, MD, PhD
The Synergistic Effect of Heavy Metals and Parasites in Autism, Dr. Christine Schaffner
What is the best diet for humans? | Eran Segal | TEDxRuppin
Gut Hacking School Alumni 2018
F.A. Cotton Medal Symposium for Excellence in Chemical Research 2017
INTEGRATIVE CANCER BIOLOGY PROGRAM Summer 2012
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Biological Engineering
Types of Therapy