Dr. Lonnele Ball, PhD is the Director & Chief Scientist at the Institute for Predictive Medicine & Longevity. She specializes in regenerative and predictive medicine. Her institute applies state-of-the-art technologies towards the analysis of genetics, diagnostic and behavioral data in order to predict an individual’s disease risk. Dr. Ball and her Wellness Team specialize in Integrative Functional & Regenerative Medicine, Endocrinology, the microbiome and Nutritional Science. They use cutting-edge wearable technologies to continuously analyze patients’ data and optimize their treatment outcomes in real-time.
Dr. Ball has advanced degrees in biochemical and molecular nutrition from the Tufts University, Boston. She has also earned her doctorate in Endocrinology through the Department of Molecular & Cell Biology at University of California, Berkeley and the Departments of OB-Gyn & Reproductive Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco. Subsequently, Dr. Ball has continued doing research and taught students at the University of California, Berkeley in the areas of behavioral & reproductive Endocrinology. She has also collaborated with the Departments of Clinical Oncology & Predictive Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine.
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