“I believe in precision medicine because we are each unique individuals with our own unique genetics, microbiome, environmental exposures, and life experiences.”
Dr. Mylynda Massart is Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Department of Family Medicine. She graduated with a PhD in Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology from University of Utah, Salt Lake City and as MD from Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, OR. She completed Family Medicine Residency at Providence Milwaukie Family Medicine, Milwaukie, OR.
Dr. Massart completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Department of Molecular Medicine, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Portland, OR.
Currently she serves as the Medical Director at UPMC Matilda Theiss Family Health Center and has a family practice with special interest in primary care genetics.
Dr. Massart has a joint appointment at the Clinical and Translational Science Institute as Co-Director of the Integrating Special Populations Core, Co-Investigator on the All of Us Pennsylvania Research Program and Co-Investigator of the Pitt + Me Discovery Biobank with special interest in return of genetic results to patients and providers.