Curtis Coughlin II

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Curtis R. Coughlin II, PhD, MS, MBE

Curtis Coughlin is an associate professor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. He was trained as a genetic counselor at the Beaver College Genetic Counseling Program and worked in inherited metabolic disease clinics both in Philadelphia and Colorado. He completed his doctoral training with Professor Stephen Goodman at the University of Colorado, and his basic science research has continued to focus on inborn errors of metabolism. The overall aim of the Coughlin laboratory is to leverage our understanding of biochemistry to improve the diagnosis and treatment of these genetic disorders. Dr. Coughlin has led several internal studies focused on the natural history and impact of treatment on inherited metabolic disorders such as pyridoxine-dependent epilepsy and glutaric aciduria type I. He is committed to partnering with families, clinicians, and scientists with the primary goal of ensuring scientific advances are relevant and patient centered.

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