Albion Human Nutrition®, premier manufacturer of mineral amino acid chelates, announced Dr. Dennis Goodman, MD, FACC, as the most recent addition to its distinguished Albion Scientific Advisory Board. Dr. Goodman joins the board in its continued efforts to provide health care professionals, dietary supplement manufacturers and consumers with the latest research and clinical evidence supporting the use of minerals to enhance human health.
Dr. Goodman is the clinical associate professor of medicine and director of the Integrative Medicine & Wellness program at New York University in New York. He received his medical degree from the University of Cape Town School of Medicine in South Africa and completed his residency in internal medicine at the University of Pittsburgh and his fellowship in cardiology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He is board certified in cardiology, internal medicine, integrative (holistic) medicine and four other cardiology subspecialties. He served as the Chairman of Cardiology at Scripps Memorial Hospital and has been in practice for over 25 years.
“Dr. Goodman’s pedigreed training and extensive clinical experience as an interventional cardiologist has given him a unique insight into the need for preventative medical practice which led him to becoming an expert in the role of magnesium in supporting health and vitality,” said Dr. Jonathan Bortz, MD, hairman of the Albion Scientific Advisory Board. “His strong academic background combined with his outspoken and passionate belief in and understanding of integrative health care makes Dr. Goodman an ideal and exciting addition the Albion board.”
Dr. Goodman has received numerous awards and recognition, was recently named one of America’s Top Doctors by Castle Connolly, and is a sought-after international speaker who has appeared on numerous television and radio programs. Dr. Goodman has published many peer-reviewed articles and is the author of Magnificent Magnesium, Your Essential Key to a Healthy Heart and More, an acclaimed and informative guide on the clinical relevance of magnesium.
“I’m pleased to join the Albion Scientific Advisory Board and take part in an organization so committed to advancing mineral science and innovation,” said Dr. Goodman. “I look forward to participating in the effort to bring the latest evidence-based research on mineral supplementation to the forefront for health care practitioners and consumers alike.”