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Gene Logan Bowman, N.D.

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Old Dominion University , Norfolk, VABS1997Exercise Science/Sports Medicine
University of North Carolina-Chapel HillPre-med1999Pharmacology of Natural Products
National University of Natural Medicine, Portland, ORND2004Naturopathic Medicine
Oregon Health & Science University-NIA Alzheimer's Disease Center Fellowship2008Alzheimer's disease/Cognitive Disorders
OHSU-Public Health & Preventive MedicineMPH2011Epidemiology and Biostatistics
OHSU-NIA Alzheimer's Disease CenterNIH Career Development Award 2013Nutrition, Cognitive Aging and Dementia
2004 - 2005
Hypochlorhydria and homocysteine in mild cognitive impairment
2005 - 2008
NIH T32-Ruth L. Kirschstein Scholar
2008 - 2013
NIH K23-Career Development Award
2013 - 2021
NIH R01-Research Project Grant
2015 - 2020
SNSF Biomarkers of Brain Health
2016 - 2019
A blood-based Nutritional Risk Index of Cognition in the Multi-domain Alzheimer Prevention Trial
2016 - 2020
A randomized controlled trial of a nutritional blend to prevent cognitive decline in older adults
2020 - -
Nutrition and Brain Aging Study

Overview
I am an Instructor in Neurology at Harvard Medical School and the Clinical Trials Director at the McCance Center for Brain Health at Mass General Hospital. I lead cutting-edge research and clinical trials in the field of nutritional neuroscience, blood-brain barrier function and brain health. I have over 17 years of experience in conducting clinical and translational research among interdisciplinary teams in the US and abroad that aim to prevent and treat neurodegenerative and neurovascular conditions through individualized nutritional therapies in medicine.

With an ND and an MPH credentials bolstered by NIH sponsored post doctoral and career development support, I have gained a unique combination of skills and credentials that enable my ability to bridge the gap between naturopathic and conventional (allopathic) medicine, and to apply molecular biomarkers, epidemiology and biostatistics in observational and interventional studies to better understand the complex interactions between nutrients, genes, and brain function. My group established the modern "nutrient biomarker" and "nutrient biomarker pattern analysis" as a rigorous, reliable and valid indicator of diet quality and pools of nutrients available to brain for consumption. I have secured or established multiple NIH and industry grants, and international consortiums and partnerships to develop and test innovative tools and therapies, from medical foods to natural products and other novel therapeutics to blood tests of nutrition and blood brain barrier function. My passion is in the advancement of science and practice in healthy brain aging and Alzheimer's disease prevention, and strive to disseminate knowledge and expertise among diverse audiences and stakeholders. I am the first Naturopathic Physician faculty member in the history of Harvard Medical School.

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  1. R01AG043398 (SHINTO, LYNNE H) Sep 1, 2013 - May 31, 2020
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    Omega 3 pufas for the vascular component of age-related cognitive decline.
    Role: Co-Principal Investigator
  2. K23AT004777 (BOWMAN, GENE L) Sep 1, 2008 - May 31, 2014
    NIH
    A platform for individualized nutritional therapy in Alzheimer's disease
    Role: Principal Investigator

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.