Mitochondrial Medicine Program Resources
"Written by the world’s foremost mitochondrial researchers, the book comprehensively presents the state-of-the-art in mitochondrial medicine, making it of interest to a wide variety of specialists, including neurologists, geneticists, internists and biologists."
Dr. Marni Falk and a team of international experts have created a resource to provide an all-in-one, readily accessible, and easy-to-use at point of care reference on mitochondrial disease from a gene-based perspective. In this book, clinicians and researchers will find a complete overview of mitochondrial disease genes relevant across all specialties, cataloging and building context around clinical features and the genetic basis of each condition.
Mitochondria are the batteries that produce more than 90 percent of your body's energy. Learn more facts about mitochondria and mitochondrial disorder.
This resource from the Roberts Individualized Genetics Center explains how people with mitochondrial disease carry a mutation in a gene that affects the way their mitochondria work.
The Cure MITO Foundation participates in “HOPE for MITO Families” which helps diagnosed families with travel and accommodations to our clinic. For more information email email@example.com.
This resource from the Roberts Individualized Genetics Center provides a visual overview about basic genetics and explains some of genetic test technologies available.
Support and Education Groups
This page is dedicated solely to the parents of children who have been diagnosed with Leigh's Syndrome - a mitochondrial disease.
Dr. Marni Falk explains how healthy mitochondria work. She discusses how mutations in the mitochondrial and nuclear genomes can affect human health.
View this webinar to learn more about next generation therapies led by Marni Falk, MD.
Watch a a virtual presentation on next generation therapies and precision medicine for mitochondrial disease.
Watch a video where Marni Falk, MD, explains the requirements in precision mitochondrial medicine for addressing health system challenges in big data integration and mining, pre-clinical therapeutic modeling, innovative clinical trial design and team-based clinical care delivery.
Dr. Marni Falk provides a list of systems that can be affected by mitochondrial disease, in this video by the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation.
Watch a video to learn about mitochondria, which produce up to 90% of the body’s energy, and a wide range of chronic conditions that can occur when mitochondria malfunction.
CureARS Nonprofit is funding research for mt-aars disorders, mitochondrial ARS genes & providing support to families affected by the Mito ARS genes.
International Mito Patients is a network of national patient organisations involved in mito. The national patient organisations support and advocate for patients, fund research, increase awareness and improve education in their country.
This site was created by a family affected by Leber’s Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON). By sharing what we learned as we struggled to cope with LHON, and what we've learned over the years since it first happened, we hope to help make the adjustment process smoother for others.
This tool provides information to help families and practitioners learn more about mitochondrial disease.
MitoAction’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children, adults, and families living with mitochondrial disease through support, education, outreach, advocacy and clinical research initiatives.
The "privacy assured" registry helps collect information that will assist in diagnosing and treating mitochondrial disease.
Founded in 1998 by doctors Richard Haas and Robert Naviaux, the MMS represents an international group of physicians, researchers and clinicians working towards advancing education, research and global collaboration in clinical mitochondrial medicine.
mitoSHARE is a worldwide patient-populated registry initiative stewarded by UMDF. The goal of the registry is to advance scientific research using data gathered from patients and families affected by mitochondrial disease.
The Mitochondrial Medicine team at CHOP provides this global resource to facilitate genomic and phenotype knowledge and data sharing and analysis across the global mitochondrial disease community.
People Against Leigh Syndrome, (PALS), was formed in 2013 after William Martin, son of Neil and Lori Martin, was diagnosed with Leigh syndrome, a genetic neurometobolic disorder that can cause deterioration of the central nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerve.
The Champ Foundation supports research toward better treatment and a cure for single large-scale mitochondrial deletion syndromes (SLSMDS), like Pearson syndrome.
The Lily Foundation is the UK's leading mitochondrial disease charity and the largest charitable funder of mitochondrial research in Europe.
The United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation promotes research for and education about mitochondrial disorders to those affected by them.