Puya Yazdi

Dr. Puya Yazdi is a physician-scientist with 14+ years of experience in clinical medicine, life sciences, biotechnology, and nutraceuticals.
As a physician-scientist with expertise in genomics, biotechnology, and nutraceuticals, he has made it his mission to bring precision medicine to the bedside and help transform healthcare in the 21st century. He received his undergraduate education at the University of California at Irvine, a Medical Doctorate from the University of Southern California, and was a Resident Physician at Stanford University. He then proceeded to serve as a Clinical Fellow of The California Institute of Regenerative Medicine at The University of California at Irvine, where he conducted research of stem cells, epigenetics, and genomics. He was also a Medical Director for Cyvex Nutrition before serving as president of Systomic Health, a biotechnology consulting agency, where he served as an expert on genomics and other high-throughput technologies. His previous clients include Allergan, Caladrius Biosciences, and Omega Protein. He has a history of peer-reviewed publications, intellectual property discoveries (patents, etc.), clinical trial design, and a thorough knowledge of the regulatory landscape in biotechnology. He is leading our entire scientific and medical team in order to ensure accuracy and scientific validity of our content and products.
Favorite biohacks: Avocado Soybean Unsaponifiables, Intermittent fasting, Caffeine, Low carb diets.
Role: Chief Science Officer & Medical Director

Articles by Puya Yazdi

14 Effects of DHT + How to Increase & Decrease It
Urobilinogen in Urine: Low & High Levels + Normal Range
Low & High Sedimentation Rate + How to Lower Inflammation
Manganese Toxicity Symptoms, Side Effects & Remedies
Manganese Deficiency Symptoms & Causes + Food Sources
Natural Approaches to Lower Inflammation (& Granulocytes)
Granulocytes: Immature, High, Low & Normal Levels
High Anti-CCP? Natural Ways to Reduce Inflammation
The Dexamethasone Suppression Test for Cushing Syndrome