Francis J Reynoso Santos, MD

Francis Reynoso Santos, MD
Pediatric Genetics
Primary Office
Address 1131 N 35th Avenue
2nd Floor
Hollywood, FL 33021
Phone: 954-265-6319
Fax: 954-265-6315

About Me

I evaluate children with multiple medical issues to determine if there is an underlying genetic cause. Most of the patients I see have developmental delays and/or birth defects. We take a detailed family history and try to find out if other family members are affected. Often, we need to order genetic testing to confirm a diagnosis.

My main areas of expertise and research are inborn errors of metabolism and congenital disorders of glycosylation. 

I knew early in life that I wanted to be a doctor, and decided I wanted to become a geneticist when I was about 15 years old. I’ve always enjoyed figuring things out, and that’s what you do in genetics every day. I always wanted to work with kids. You advocate for them, but at the same time, they are very strong and can overcome anything. I’m really passionate about what I do and I really enjoy my specialty. I can’t imagine myself doing anything else. It brings me joy to be able to help families and provide them with answers. 

In my free time, I love going to the beach, and I like to travel and learn about new cultures.

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Meet Dr. Reynoso Santos


  • Universidad Nordestana, 2006
  • Lincoln Medical And Mental Health Ctr Prog, 2013, Pediatrics
  • Children's Hospital Of Philadelphia, 2015, Medical Genetics
  • American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics-Clinical Genetics
  • American Board of Pediatrics-Pediatrics
  • Spanish

Professional Highlights

Professional Organizations

  • American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Penn Alliance of Minority Physicians 
  • American Medical Association


  • Reynoso FJ, Horton M, Kesewa A, Kalish J, Li D, Hakonarson H, Bloom K, Burton BK, Bucher J, Zackai EH, He M. (July 2015) 
    Phenotypic variability in three patients with PIGN mutations. 
    South Eastern Genetics Group Meeting; Asheville, NC 
  • Reynoso FJ, Li M, Zackai EH, Eberhard M, Khalek N (August 2014) 
    Pallister-Hall Syndrome. Rare Findings: A patient with total colonic aganglionosis and imperforate anus. Another patient with metopic suture fusion. 
    David W. Smith Malformation & Morphogenesis Workshop; Madison, WI 
  • Reynoso FJ, Miller K., Erickson E, Lieber E (May 2013) 
    Ehlers Danlos Syndrome Type II: The Importance of a Genetic Evaluation 
    Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Annual Research Competition and Poster Session; Bronx, NY
  • Reynoso FJ, Lieber E, Prokhorov S (May 2012) 
    Chromosomal Microarray Analysis in the Evaluation of Children with Developmental Delay, A Case Report. 
    Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center Annual Research Competition and Poster Session; Bronx, NY

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