Martin H. Bluth, MD, PhD - Founder Martin completed his MD and PhD (Immunology) degrees at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, residency in Clinical Pathology at Kings County Hospital, his fellowship training in Transfusion Medicine at the New York Blood Center and post-doctoral fellowship in tumor markers at the Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center in NY.
He previously served as Chief Medical Officer for a laboratory management company, Vice President of R&D for BioMedica Corporation and held Laboratory, Translational and Research Directorships for SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Wayne State University School of Medicine among other top tier positions and commercial laboratories.
Dr. Bluth currently holds an appointment as Professor of Pathology at Wayne State University School of Medicine, Laboratory Director for Accutox Medical Diagnostic, and National Medical Director for Kids Kicking Cancer.
Dr Bluth is Editor-in-Chief/Founding Editor for the journals (1) Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine, (2) Journal of Blood Medicine, (3) Journal of Biorepository Science for Applied Medicine (Dove Press), (4) Journal of Applied Clinical Pathology (SciTeMed Press), serves as Associate Editor for Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods (Elsevier press), Guest Editor for special topics (Toxicology and Drug Testing; Molecular Pathology), reviews for over 20 peer reviewed journal and is well published (>250 publications). He has expertise in diagnostics development and translational medicine, is trained in Lean /Six Sigma and applies translational/ medical algorithms to increase efficiency of biomarker discovery for disease diagnosis and response to therapy.
Dr Bluth serves on numerous national and international boards, planning committees and associations including the International Association of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical Toxicology, Committee on Healthcare Quality Efficiency and Economics, Opioid Prescription Stewardship Task Force, among others.
Dr Bluth is a serial entrepreneur and has matured companies in healthcare diagnosis, therapeutics and commercialization and consults for corporate, state, legal, biotech, medical, pharmaceutical, national and international organizations worldwide.
Elissa F. Bluth, MS, RD, CDN, IBCLC Elissa received her Masters degree in Health and Nutrition Sciences from Brooklyn College. She maintains over 15 years of practice as a Registered Dietitian (RD) and Certified Dietitian and Nutritionist (CDN). Elissa is a certified Health Coach, and board certified lactation consultant (IBCLC).
Her specialization in Integrative and Functional Nutrition has brought her acclaim in difficult to diagnose and treat gastrointestinal, autoimmune and fertility related diseases among others.
Elissa is an active member of the Institute for Functional Medicine, and consults for hospital, healthcare as well as private industry.
Mark J. Bluth, PhD Mark received his BA from Yeshiva University, MA from CUNY Hunter College and PhD from SUNY-HSCB Downstate Medical Center. He has over 25 years of basic and translational research experience and has, over his career, preformed research at The American Health Foundation, Mount Sinai Medical Center and SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
Mark completed a postdoctoral fellowship jointly at The Weill Cornell Medical College and The Rockefeller University, in the department of Investigative Dermatology, and conducted translational research on the function of immune cells in the SCC microenvironment. He most recently held the position of Senior Scientist at Genome Dynamics International, where he oversaw the design and implementation of testing methodologies in the development of molecular diagnostic assays for several different disease states.
Dr. Bluth utilizes his knowledge of molecular, cellular and immunological methodologies to facilitate in project design and development.
Amanda C. Bluth, MSPH Amanda received her bachelors degree form Wayne State University and her Masters of Science in Public Health (MSPH) from Touro University Worldwide. She has previously worked with Wayne State’s Asthma in the Lives of Families Today (ALOFT) group (a component of the health and social psychology division), coding and transcribing data towards elucidating family psycho-social and behavioral trends. Amanda maintains her involvement with Kids Kicking Cancer as an integral member in research data mining and organization. During her graduate career Amanda has researched various timely topics pertaining to public health, including environmental (soil protein depletion, air pollution, PFAS) and dietary (formula marketing policies, sustainable farming) health.