In 1976, Thomas N. Seyfried earned a Ph.D. in Genetics and Biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Urbana. He earned his bachelor’s diploma from the University of New England, wherein he simply provided the celebrated Alumni Achievement Award. He additionally has a Master of Science in Genetics from Illinois State University.
During the Vietnam War, Thomas Seyfried prominent himself as a member of the America Army’s First Cavalry Division, incomes a couple of medals and commendations. He worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Neurology at Yale University Medical school before becoming a neurology assistant.
Dr. Seyfried formerly served as Chair of the National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases Association‘s Scientific Advisory Committee and presently serves on numerous editorial boards, together with the ones for Nutrition & Metabolism, Neurochemical Research, the Journal of Lipid Research, and ASN Neuro, wherein he’s a Senior Editor.
Dr. Seyfried is the writer of Cancer as a Metabolic Disease: On the Origin, Management, and Prevention of Cancer, which includes over a hundred and fifty peer-reviewed papers.
Inspiring Talks by Thomas Seyfried
- “A major new study has identified for the first time unique protein signatures linked to inflammation and energy metabolism in Alzheimer’s disease.”
- “Glucose and glutamine drive glioblastoma (GBM), a deadly type of brain cancer. Radiation increases glucose and glutamine in the microenvironment.”
- “new study showing that cancer is a mitochondrial metabolic disease driven primarily by the fermentation of glucose and the amino acid glutamine.”
- “If most tumors, regardless of tissue origin, are dependent on glucose and glutamine for survival, then cost-effective, non-toxic therapeutic strategies should become obvious for managing most cancers.”
- “Over 1,600 people are dying each day in the US from cancer according to the Amer. Cancer Soc. Is this tragedy due to the failure in recognizing that cancer is a metabolic disease and not a genetic disease?”
- “Our new published case report describes how ketogenic metabolic therapy, used without radiation or chemo, acts synergistically with the IDH1 mutation for the long-term management of glioblastoma.”
- “Billions spent on novel gene-targeting cancer drugs provide a chance to live only 2.4-months longer!”
- “new paper published in iScience more clearly defines how cancer cells synthesize energy for growth and describes a glucose/glutamine-targeting therapeutic strategy for the non-toxic management of most cancers.”
- “Pablo Kelly celebrates six years of survival after his diagnosis with incurable glioblastoma in Sept. 2014. He chose ketogenic metabolic therapy as an alternative to the standard of care; no radiation, no chemotherapy, no steroids.”
- “For those interested in science history and the benefits of nutritional ketosis, I can highly recommend Travis Christofferson’s new book, “The Fourth Fuel”.”