Dr. Dan Atkins is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Section Head of the Allergy Program at Children's Hospital Colorado. Dr. Atkins has a long-standing interest in allergic reactions to foods and more than 25 years of experience with food allergic children and their families.
Dr. Kelley Capocelli is an Assistant Professor of Pathology whose research interests include the pathophysiology of eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases, transplant pathology, and hemovigilance in transfusion medicine.
Dr. Glenn Furuta is a physician-scientist whose work examines the role of eosinophils' GI function.
Dr. Joanne Masterson is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics with a research focus on eosinophils and intestinal remodeling. The goal of her studies is to identify novel therapeutic targets and strategies to prevent, treat, and cure intestinal diseases.
Dr. Pooja Mehta is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics whose work focuses on identifying barriers to adherence and using mobile health technology to improve care.
Dr. Calies Menard-Katcher is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics who research focuses on the natural history of Eosinophilic Esophagitis, particularly with attention to development of abnormal esophageal function and structure.
Dr. Nathalie Nguyen is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics who has an interest in the role of epithelial barrier in the pathophysiology of eosinophilic esophagitis.
Faria N. Ahmed is a Clinical Research Coordinator within the GEDP program who facilitates the recruitment of pediatric patients into novel clinical studies.
Sarah Williams is a Professional Research Assistant and Vet Technician within Pediatrics who manages research colonies for multiple Primary Investigators, including training for lab personnel, and lab experimental support.
Leslie Young is a Clinical Research Coordinator, and my primary duties including recruiting and enrolling subjects with eosinophilic disorders into research studies.