Helping You Live a Healthier Life

ADx Health gives you the power to live a longer, healthier, and happier life. Our genetic testing and wellness products provide actionable information to allow individuals to learn more about their health and wellness.

About ADx Health™

ADx Health was established in 2016 offering genetic testing and early-intervention support for Alzheimer’s disease. Our company mission became “Know your risk, reduce your risk”, believing that with knowledge comes the power to live a better life. Our goal is to develop and offer genetics and wellness products that provide actionable information to allow individuals to find balance, purpose, and thrive.  ADx Health is a wholly-owned subsidiary of  Avero Diagnostics, a full-service CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited laboratory located in Bellingham, WA.

Avero Diagnostics
3548 Meridian Street
Bellingham, WA 98225
(360) 526-4580

About Our Genetic Testing

All genetic testing is performed at Avero Diagnostics, a full-service, CLIA-certified, and
CAP-accredited laboratory located in Bellingham, WA.

ADx Health Scientific Advisory Board

Robin Everts, PhD – Head of Research & Laboratory Operations, Etalon Diagnostics

  • Former Sr. Manager, Global Pharmacogenetics & Clinical Genetics Leader, Agena Bioscience
  • Former Manager, Field Applications & Technology Support & Services Laboratory, Sequenom
  • PhD:  Molecular Genetics/Genomics, Utrecht University
  • BS and MS: Animal Sciences, Wageningen University
  • Special Interests: Pharmacogenetics/Genomics, Hereditary Genetics
  • Member of CPIC, AMP, and PGRN
  • Author of 48 peer-reviewed publications

Ryan Fortna, MD, PhD
Director, Molecular Pathology
Avero Diagnostics

  • Board certified in anatomic pathology and dermatopathology
  • MD:  University of Pennsylvania
  • Residency:  University of Pennsylvania
  • PhD:  University of Pennsylvania, Cell and Molecular Biology
  • BS:  Bucknell University, Cell Biology/Biochemistry
  • Special Interests:  Molecular pathology, dematopathology, Alzheimer’s disease
  • Author: GenoRisk:  A Polygenic Risk Score for Alzheimer’s Disease

Eric Hegedus, PhD
Professor/Founding Program Director, Doctor of Physical Therapy Program
Tufts University (Phoenix, AZ)

  • Prior Experience:  Founding Professor and Chair, High Point University, Department of Physical Therapy
  • PhD:  Ulster University, Screening and Injury Prevention
  • MHSc:  Duke University, Clinical Research
  • DPT:  Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, Physical Therapy
  • Special Interests:  Translation of diagnosis and treatment of injury to clinical practice
  • Author:  Orthopedic Physical Examination Tests:  An Evidence-Based Approach, 80 peer-reviewed articles, 20 abstracts, 7 book chapters

William Kraus, MD – Director, Clinical Translation, Duke Molecular Physiology Institute

  • Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiology Medicine, Duke University
  • Member of Duke Cancer Institute
  • Former President, National College of Sports Medicine
  • MD:  Duke University
  • Special Interests: Integrated physiology, preventive cardiology and cardiac rehabilitation
  • Top 100 Finisher of Boston Marathon
  • Author of over 450 publications

Jennifer Stagg, ND
Co-Founder/Medical Director
Whole Health Wellness Center 

  • Prior Experience:  Director, USDA Agricultural Research Service Medicinal Botanical Program, Mountain State University
  • ND:  Bastyr University
  • Doctoral Studies:  University of Iowa
  • BS:  Memorial University of Newfoundland, Biochemistry/Nutrition
  • Special Interests:  Weight loss resistance and nutrition, digestive health, metabolic and endocrine disorders, nutrigenomics
  • Author:  Unzip Your Genes