Joshua Baker, D.O.’14, FAAP, was awarded the 2019 Takeda Next Generation Medical Biochemical Subspecialty Fellowship, announced during the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics annual clinical genetics meeting in Seattle in April. Baker is a clinical genetics fellow in the Harvard Medical School genetics training program. Topics of his research at Boston Children’s Hospital include the effect of socioeconomic influence on phenylalanine levels in patients with phenylketonuria. He plans to expand his research to help assess and improve health care outcomes for patients with genetic and metabolic disease. His goal is to assess the barriers to diagnose and treat individuals to lead to improved morbidity and mortality of this population.