Dr. Kline is a board-certified Ob-Gyn physician, author, educator, genomic expert and entrepreneur who is passionate about helping others harness the power of DNA-directed healthcare.
Dr. Kline graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Connecticut, then received her medical degree from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. Dr. Kline completed her Ob-Gyn residency at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, earning multiple honors. After 10 years with the Air Force, she became a partner in a large Ob-Gyn practice, managing more than 40 employees and serving the community in this role for another 10 years.
Feeling limited by conventional medicine, she transformed her traditional practice by embracing innovative scientific advancements and holistic elements. As she incorporated genomics into her practice, she experienced first-hand the power of an integrated DNA-directed approach.
As an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Kline taught courses in functional and genomic medicine. She was an integral member of an elite group of clinicians that created the didactic functional medicine curriculum for a new Family Practice Residency Program—the first such program in the country. Dr. Kline was also a Guest Faculty Instructor for The Graduate Institute, where she developed and delivered the functional medicine course, teaching graduate students how to integrate functional, genomic, and energetic medicine.
As co-founder and CEO of Genoma International, she and co-founder Dr. Joe Veltmann are advancing the integration of genomic medicine through comprehensive, clinically-focused genomic testing, nutrigenomically-based nutritional supplements, education and training. Their proprietary genomic medicine model has been proven to improve health outcomes and generate significant cost savings.