Rady Children's Institute for Genomic Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine, St. George Hospital Medical School
St Josephs Hospital and Medical Center
Baylor College of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine
Clinical Genetics, Pediatrics
Dr. David Dimmock is senior medical director of Rady Children's Institute for Genomic Medicine.
An internationally renowned expert in the field of clinical genomic medicine, Dr. Dimmock is passionate about improving the standard of care for children and adults with inborn errors of metabolism. Through 20 years of clinical experience, his medical practice has become focused on the identification of rare disorders through newborn screening and advanced genomic techniques. He is especially recognized for bringing innovative diagnostic testing strategies into the clinic.
After graduating from St George's (University of London), Dr. Dimmock undertook training in pediatrics in the UK. With a passion for adult and pediatric metabolic diseases, he began a US pediatric residency program in Phoenix. He then completed genetics and clinical metabolic genetics fellowship training at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) in Houston. After a faculty appointment at BCM, he moved on to the Medical College of Wisconsin, becoming an associate professor of pediatrics and the chair of the State of Wisconsin newborn screening metabolic disease subcommittee. In June 2016 he started his current post as the medical director of the newly formed Rady Children's Institute for Genomic Medicine.
Dr. Dimmock has been an invited advisor to the Food and Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Institute of Medicine. In addition to receiving substantive NIH grants, he has been the principal investigator on more than 20 clinical trials of novel therapeutics in rare metabolic diseases.
Evidence- and consensus-based recommendations for the use of pegvaliase in adults with phenylketonuria.
Longo N, Dimmock D, Levy H, Viau K, Bausell H, Bilder DA, Burton B, Gross C, Northrup H, Rohr F, Sacharow S, Sanchez-Valle A, Stuy M, Thomas J, Vockley J, Zori R, Harding CO
Novel Factor XIII variant identified through whole-genome sequencing in a child with intracranial hemorrhage.
Briggs B, James KN, Chowdhury S, Thornburg C, Farnaes L, Dimmock D, Kingsmore SF, RCIGM Investigators.
A Screen Using iPSC-Derived Hepatocytes Reveals NAD<sup>+</sup> as a Potential Treatment for mtDNA Depletion Syndrome.
Jing R, Corbett JL, Cai J, Beeson GC, Beeson CC, Chan SS, Dimmock DP, Lazcares L, Geurts AM, Lemasters JJ, Duncan SA
De Novo Pathogenic Variants in CACNA1E Cause Developmental and Epileptic Encephalopathy with Contractures, Macrocephaly, and Dyskinesias.
Helbig KL, Lauerer RJ, Bahr JC, Souza IA, Myers CT, Uysal B, Schwarz N, Gandini MA, Huang S, Keren B, Mignot C, Afenjar A, Billette de Villemeur T, HÃ©ron D, Nava C, Valence S, Buratti J, Fagerberg CR, Soerensen KP, Kibaek M, Kamsteeg EJ, Koolen DA, Gunning B, Schelhaas HJ, Kruer MC, Fox J, Bakhtiari S, Jarrar R, Padilla-Lopez S, Lindstrom K, Jin SC, Zeng X, Bilguvar K, Papavasileiou A, Xin Q, Zhu C, Boysen K, Vairo F, Lanpher BC, Klee EW, Tillema JM, Payne ET, Cousin MA, Kruisselbrink TM, Wick MJ, Baker J, Haan E, Smith N, Corbett MA, MacLennan AH, Gecz J, Biskup S, Goldmann E, Rodan LH, Kichula E, Segal E, Jackson KE, Asamoah A, Dimmock D, McCarrier J, Botto LD, Filloux F, Tvrdik T, Cascino GD, Klingerman S, Neumann C, Wang R, Jacobsen JC, Nolan MA, Snell RG, Lehnert K, Sadleir LG, Anderlid BM, Kvarnung M, Guerrini R, Friez MJ, Lyons MJ, Leonhard J, Kringlen G, Casas K, El Achkar CM, Smith LA, Rotenberg A, Poduri A, Sanchis-Juan A, Carss KJ, Rankin J, Zeman A, Raymond FL, Blyth M, Kerr B, Ruiz K, Urquhart J, Hughes I, Banka S, Deciphering Developmental Disorders Study., Hedrich UBS, Scheffer IE, Helbig I, Zamponi GW, Lerche H, Mefford HC
Rapid Diagnosis of KCNQ2-Associated Early Infantile Epileptic Encephalopathy Improved Outcome.
Chen DY, Chowdhury S, Farnaes L, Friedman JR, Honold J, Dimmock DP, Gold OBOTRIJJ
Urea Cycle Dysregulation Generates Clinically Relevant Genomic and Biochemical Signatures.
Lee JS, Adler L, Karathia H, Carmel N, Rabinovich S, Auslander N, Keshet R, Stettner N, Silberman A, Agemy L, Helbling D, Eilam R, Sun Q, Brandis A, Malitsky S, Itkin M, Weiss H, Pinto S, Kalaora S, Levy R, Barnea E, Admon A, Dimmock D, Stern-Ginossar N, Scherz A, Nagamani SCS, Unda M, Wilson DM 3rd, Elhasid R, Carracedo A, Samuels Y, Hannenhalli S, Ruppin E, Erez A
Meta-analysis of the diagnostic and clinical utility of genome and exome sequencing and chromosomal microarray in children with suspected genetic diseases.
Clark MM, Stark Z, Farnaes L, Tan TY, White SM, Dimmock D, Kingsmore SF
Implementation, adoption, and utility of family health history risk assessment in diverse care settings: evaluating implementation processes and impact with an implementation framework.
Wu RR, Myers RA, Sperber N, Voils CI, Neuner J, McCarty CA, Haller IV, Harry M, Fulda KG, Cross D, Dimmock D, Rakhra-Burris T, Buchanan AH, Ginsburg GS, Orlando LA
Sdha+/- Rats Display Minimal Muscle Pathology Without Significant Behavioral or Biochemical Abnormalities.
Siebers EM, Choi MJ, Tinklenberg JA, Beatka MJ, Ayres S, Meng H, Helbling DC, Takizawa A, Bennett B, Garces AM, Dias Duarte Machado LG, Dimmock D, Dwinell MR, Geurts AM, Lawlor MW
Pegvaliase for the treatment of phenylketonuria: Results of a long-term phase 3 clinical trial program (PRISM).
Thomas J, Levy H, Amato S, Vockley J, Zori R, Dimmock D, Harding CO, Bilder DA, Weng HH, Olbertz J, Merilainen M, Jiang J, Larimore K, Gupta S, Gu Z, Northrup H, PRISM investigators.
Rapid whole-genome sequencing decreases infant morbidity and cost of hospitalization.
Farnaes L, Hildreth A, Sweeney NM, Clark MM, Chowdhury S, Nahas S, Cakici JA, Benson W, Kaplan RH, Kronick R, Bainbridge MN, Friedman J, Gold JJ, Ding Y, Veeraraghavan N, Dimmock D, Kingsmore SF
The case for early use of rapid whole-genome sequencing in management of critically ill infants: late diagnosis of Coffin-Siris syndrome in an infant with left congenital diaphragmatic hernia, congenital heart disease, and recurrent infections.
Sweeney NM, Nahas SA, Chowdhury S, Campo MD, Jones MC, Dimmock DP, Kingsmore SF, RCIGM Investigators.
Acute liver failure in neonates with undiagnosed hereditary fructose intolerance due to exposure from widely available infant formulas.
Li H, Byers HM, Diaz-Kuan A, Vos MB, Hall PL, Tortorelli S, Singh R, Wallenstein MB, Allain M, Dimmock DP, Farrell RM, McCandless S, Gambello MJ
The NSIGHT1-randomized controlled trial: rapid whole-genome sequencing for accelerated etiologic diagnosis in critically ill infants.
Petrikin JE, Cakici JA, Clark MM, Willig LK, Sweeney NM, Farrow EG, Saunders CJ, Thiffault I, Miller NA, Zellmer L, Herd SM, Holmes AM, Batalov S, Veeraraghavan N, Smith LD, Dimmock DP, Leeder JS, Kingsmore SF
Rapid whole-genome sequencing identifies a novel <i>AIRE</i> variant associated with autoimmune polyendocrine syndrome type 1.
Sanford E, Watkins K, Nahas S, Gottschalk M, Coufal NG, Farnaes L, Dimmock D, Kingsmore SF, RCIGM Investigators.
Response to Metcalfe et al.
Response to Newman et al.
Parikh S, Goldstein A, Karaa A, Koenig MK, Anselm I, Brunel-Guitton C, Christodoulou J, Cohen BH, Dimmock D, Enns GM, Falk MJ, Feigenbaum A, Frye RE, Ganesh J, Griesemer D, Haas R, Horvath R, Korson M, Kruer MC, Mancuso M, McCormack S, Josee Raboisson M, Reimschisel T, Salvarinova R, Saneto RP, Scaglia F, Shoffner J, Stacpoole PW, Sue CM, Tarnopolsky M, Van Karnebeek C, Wolfe LA, Zolkipli Cunningham Z, Rahman S, Chinnery PF
The humanistic burden of Pompe disease: are there still unmet needs? A systematic review.
Schoser B, Bilder DA, Dimmock D, Gupta D, James ES, Prasad S
Erratum to: Common data elements for clinical research in mitochondrial disease: a National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke project.
Karaa A, Rahman S, LombÃ¨s A, Yu-Wai-Man P, Sheikh MK, Alai-Hansen S, Cohen BH, Dimmock D, Emrick L, Falk MJ, McCormack S, Mirsky D, Moore T, Parikh S, Shoffner J, Taivassalo T, Tarnopolsky M, Tein I, Odenkirchen JC, Goldstein A, Mito Working Group Member Participants.
Rapid whole-genome sequencing identifies a novel <i>GABRA1</i> variant associated with West syndrome.
Farnaes L, Nahas SA, Chowdhury S, Nelson J, Batalov S, Dimmock DM, Kingsmore SF, RCIGM Investigators.
Patient care standards for primary mitochondrial disease: a consensus statement from the Mitochondrial Medicine Society.
Parikh S, Goldstein A, Karaa A, Koenig MK, Anselm I, Brunel-Guitton C, Christodoulou J, Cohen BH, Dimmock D, Enns GM, Falk MJ, Feigenbaum A, Frye RE, Ganesh J, Griesemer D, Haas R, Horvath R, Korson M, Kruer MC, Mancuso M, McCormack S, Raboisson MJ, Reimschisel T, Salvarinova R, Saneto RP, Scaglia F, Shoffner J, Stacpoole PW, Sue CM, Tarnopolsky M, Van Karnebeek C, Wolfe LA, Cunningham ZZ, Rahman S, Chinnery PF
Rapid whole-genome sequencing identifies a novel homozygous <i>NPC1</i> variant associated with Niemann-Pick type C1 disease in a 7-week-old male with cholestasis.
Hildreth A, Wigby K, Chowdhury S, Nahas S, Barea J, Ordonez P, Batalov S, Dimmock D, Kingsmore S, RCIGM Investigators.
Successful Application of Whole Genome Sequencing in a Medical Genetics Clinic.
Bick D, Fraser PC, Gutzeit MF, Harris JM, Hambuch TM, Helbling DC, Jacob HJ, Kersten JN, Leuthner SR, May T, North PE, Prisco SZ, Schuler BA, Shimoyama M, Strong KA, Van Why SK, Veith R, Verbsky J, Weborg AM Jr, Wilk BM, Willoughby RE Jr, Worthey EA, Dimmock DP
Common data elements for clinical research in mitochondrial disease: a National Institute for Neurological Disorders and Stroke project.
Karaa A, Rahman S, LombÃ¨s A, Yu-Wai-Man P, Sheikh MK, Alai-Hansen S, Cohen BH, Dimmock D, Emrick L, Falk MJ, McCormack S, Mirsky D, Moore T, Parikh S, Shoffner J, Taivassalo T, Tarnopolsky M, Tein I, Odenkirchen JC, Goldstein A, Mito Working Group Member Participants:.
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