Dr. Dan Rossignol is married and has two children. Both children are autistic. One Child was born in 2001 and the other was born in 2003. Soon after both sons were diagnosed, their mother, Lanier, was searching treatments for autism. She reportedly was talking to other parents of autistic children. She as told about supplements and restrictive diets that “helped their children.” She has been a nurse practitioner since 1996.
Dr. Dan Rossignol earned his Doctorate of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of Virginia. He is a board certified physician. Dr. Rossignol concentrates his work in autism, PANS/PANDAS, cerebral palsy and other neurological and developmental disabilities. He started his own practice called Rossignol Medical Center. There are offices in both California and Florida. The location in Florida is Jeff Bradstreet’s International Child Development Resource Center. There is no history available about his practice.
He currently works for the Wisconsin Integrative Hyperbaric Center.
He is also a member of TACA‘s physician advisory board.
In addition, he is on the advisory board of Neuroneeds, a nutrition website selling supplements.
When Generation Rescue was still working, he served on the science advisory co-chair.
Rossignol believes that there is a prevalence of mitochondrial disease in autistic children.
Timeline of Quackery
In 1993, Rossignol completed his Bachelors of Arts in biochemistry at University of Virginia. He was a research assistant to the chemistry department for two summers.
In 1997, Rossignol completed his doctorate of medicine at the Medical College of Virginia.
In 2000, Rossignol completed his residency in family medicine at the University of Virginia. He also became a board certified family practice doctor.
In 2003, Rossignol earned a one year certificate in Biblical Studies at Columbia International University.
In 2004, Rossignol became involved with ARI and started to believe the quackery that was being presented to him. It started with attending a conference. He was resistant at first.
Since 2006, Rossignol has published 55 papers, abstracts, editorials and book chapters on autism. This is according to his website. Google scholar lists 37 papers.
Since 2007, Rossignol has been a follow of American Academy of Family Physicians.
Since 2011, Rossignol has been the president of MAPS.
In 2018, Rossignol presented at AutismOne.
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- low glutathoine
- mitochondrial dysfunction
- oxidative stress
- abnormal cytokines
- low vitamin D
- mesenchymal stem cells
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Montelukast (singulair)
- Vitamin D
- chinese medicine
- green teas and black tea polyphenols
- omega 3
Dr. Dan Rossignol
Dan Rossignol, M.D.
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