Michael Gambello MD, PhD
Dr. Gambello serves as the Section Chief of the Division of Medical Genetics, coordinating the wide spectrum of genetic services at Emory to provide timely and state of the art genetic care (http://genetics.emory.edu/patient-care). His clinical responsibilities include the diagnosis and care for children and adults with birth defects, lysosomal storage diseases and inborn errors of metabolism. Teaching medical students, genetic counseling students and medical residents is another important aspect of his responsibilities. Dr. Gambello also serves as the program director for the ACGME accredited medical genetics residency program. He completed my Pediatric Residency at St. Louis Children’s Hospital/Washington University and clinical genetics training in the Metropolitan Washington DC Medical Genetics Residency Program. When not wearing a clinical or administrative hat, he is engaged in studying the neurogenetic disorder tuberous sclerosis complex or working on new gene discovery projects.