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Bonnie Feldman D.D.S, Ellen M. Martin & Hailey Motooka

Bonnie Feldman D.D.S, Ellen M. Martin & Hailey Motooka
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As principal of DrBonnie360, Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA brings a unique triple lens to her consulting, speaking, and writing. She combines her expertise as an entrepreneurial dentist, a Wall Street analyst, and a digital health consultant to always ask the questions of how new digital tools and data can help each of us. Using company interviews, extensive scientific literature reviews, and an analysis of the conventional and integrative care landscape, DrBonnie360 uncovers a large and growing need in the autoimmune community. She is working with forward-thinking companies to apply new data and digital tools to reshape research, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of autoimmune disease. She welcomes collaborative partners in this initiative.    Ellen Martin is a director and officer of boutique systems integrator HHG (founded 2003), managing marketing, corporate communications, and administration. As well as more than 20 years working with Bonnie Feldman, she provides strategic communications services with Kureczka|Martin Associates and Nadine D. Tosk Communications. Ellen holds an MBA in marketing and finance from Northwestern University’s Graduate School of Management (now Kellogg). She holds a BS in physical anthropology from the University of Illinois (Champaign-Urbana), with graduate work in archeology, population genetics and osteology.    Hailey Motooka is a recent graduate from the University of California, Los Angeles with a degree in Biology. With over 300 hours of volunteer work in various dental clinics, she has applied her interest in dentistry to research on the oral microbiome and its relationship to overall systemic health. She hopes to further educate people on ways to improve their health through preventative and functional means.
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The Oral Microbiome and Its Links to Autoimmunity

Recent research has elucidated the relationship between the oral microbiome and a variety of system diseases including Sjogrens, Lupus, & Rheumatoid Arthritis.
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Periodontitis is Not Just a Disease of the Mouth

A new understanding of the oral microbiome is shedding light on the relationship between oral health & systemic disorders (e.g. cancer, heart & lung disease).