Roberto Mendoza-Londono, MD, MSc, FACMG

Geneticist (Canada)

Dr. Mendoza-Londono is an associate professor of Paediatrics and Molecular genetics at the University of Toronto and the Hospital for Sick Children. He works as a clinical geneticist and is the interim head of the Division of Clinical and Metabolic Genetics and the Medical Director for the Ontario EDS program. He joined the Genetics Division of The Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto in 2005. Dr. Mendoza has a long standing interest in the genetics of skeletal dysplasias and Conective Tissue Disorders. As a member of the clinical team at he holds weekly general genetics, Ehlers Danlos multidisciplinary clinics and Skeletal Dysplasias. His research interests include the identification of the genetic basis and molecular pathophisiologic mechanisms underlying common and novel genetic disorders, the delineation of the natural history and best management strategies for patients with connective tissue disorders. His current projects include determining the diagnostic effectiveness of whole genome sequencing in patients with unconfirmed forms of EDS syndromes.

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