Dr. Kanodia is currently co-principal investigator with Martha Herbert, MD, PhD on a research study funded by the Wallace Research Foundation. Martha is Assistant Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School, a Pediatric Neurologist and Neuroscientist at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. The goal of the study is to collate health, quality of life and cost of outcomes in functional medicine clinics. The hope is to show patients getting better outcomes at lower costs for better quality of life.
Past Research Articles
Onate J, Kanodia AK. “P4 Medicine, Part II: The Athletic Trainer in the Personalized Primary Care Setting.” International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training. 2013; 18(2): 1-3.
Kanodia AK, Kim I, Sturmberg J. “A Personalized Systems Medicine Approach to Refractory Rumination.” Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 2011; 17: 515-519.
Kanodia AK, Grandominico JM, Rainey HA. “Integrating Chiropractic into Primary Care.” Alternative and Complementary Therapies. 2010; 16 (6): 359-360.
Kanodia AK, Legedza A, Davis R, Eisenberg D, Phillips R. “Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Back Pain: Factors Associated with Perception of Helpfulness.” Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 2010; 23 (3): 354-362.
Grover ML, Bracamonte JD, Kanodia AK, Bryan MJ, Donahue SP, Warner AM, Edwards FD, Weaver AL. “UTI in women over age 65: Is age alone a marker of complication?” Journal of American Board of Family Medicine.2009; 22: 266-271.
Hartmark-Hill, J, Kanodia AK, Frey K. “53 year-old man with a swollen finger.” Mayo Clinic 2008 Feb; 83 (2): 217-220.
Grover ML, Bracamonte JD, Kanodia AK, Bryan MJ, Donahue SP, Warner AM, Edwards FD, Weaver AL. “Assessing Adherence to Evidence Based Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infections.” Mayo Clinic Proceedings. 2007; 82(2): 181-185. http://lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:18241632
Anshara S, Kanodia A. “Cellular memory release: a new modality for depression.” Beginnings. 2006; 26 (1): 8-9.
Kanodia A, Murray PA, Damron DS. “Diazepam Increases Intracellular Calcium and Contraction Following Beta Adrenergic Stimulation In Myocytes”; Anesthesia & Analgesia 90: S56, 2000. (Presented at an international meeting)