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Peter J. McGuire, M.D.

Peter J. McGuire
Investigator
Medical Genomics and Metabolic Genetics Branch

Head
Metabolism, Infection and Immunity Unit


B.A. Villanova University, 1993
M.S. New York Medical College, 1998
M.B.B.Ch. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 2003

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Selected Publications


Dr. Peter McGuire received his bachelor's in psychology from Villanova University, a master's. in microbiology and immunology from New York Medical College, and an M.B.B.Ch. (with honors, and equivalent with an M.D.) from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. After completing a combined residency in pediatrics and medical genetics at Mount Sinai Medical Center, he was awarded a fellowship in biochemical genetics from the American College of Medical Genetics and Genzyme. After completing his training, he remained as a junior faculty member in the Program for Inherited Metabolic Diseases at Mount Sinai. Dr. McGuire is board certified in Pediatrics, Clinical Genetics and Biochemical Genetics.

In 2010, Dr. McGuire moved to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to join the Physician Scientist Development Program to accelerate his translational research program. He was appointed to the position of tenure track Investigator in 2016. Throughout his career, Dr. McGuire has been focused on improving the care of patients with disorders of mitochondrial metabolism. By combining his training in immunology and biochemical genetics, he fashioned a translational research program to understand the interplay between mitochondrial metabolism and the immune system.

His NIH Clinical Center protocol, the NIH MINI Study, is the first organized effort to study immune function in patients with disorders of mitochondrial metabolism, which aims to demonstrate that these patients can be informative regarding the role of mitochondria in immune cell function.      

Scientific Summary


Last Updated: February 22, 2018