Board of Directors

Craig A. Haller
Mr. Haller is a Founding Member of the Serine Deficiency Foundation. He brings expertise from his experience as an entrepreneur, having started two successful high-tech companies. As the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Serine Deficiency Foundation, Mr. Haller is tasked with overseeing and helping the board and staff get up and running smoothly and efficiently, and to help map the plan to bring our Mission Statement to reality.

Nedda M. Hobbs, M.D.
Dr. Hobbs is the Associate Director of Coordinated Care Services for Children's Hospital in Boston, as well as an Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. She specializes in children with severe developmental disabilities, and has overseen the care of two children with serine deficiency for many years.

Harry C. Webster, M.D., F.A.A.P. 
As the Chief of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, New England Medical Center, Dr. Webster has extensive experience with children with metabolic disorders. He has patients with the serine deficiency and affords the board his expertise and guidance in interacting with both parents and clinicians.