The GERP consists of two investigators and two postdoctoral fellows. Dr. Glenn Furuta, is a physician-scientist whose work examines the role of eosinophil's GI function. Dr. Sophie Fillon is an Instructor of Pediatrics with an expertise in microbiology, host pathogen interaction, and innate defense mechanisms. Dr. Fillon’s research goal is identify the role of bacteria in the pathogenesis of eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases. Dr. Joanne Masterson is an Instructor 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. Kelly Capocelli is an Assistant Professor of Pathology whose research interests include the pathophysiology of eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases, transplant pathology, and hemovigilance in transfusion medicine. Lindsay Hosford, BS, is a professional research assistant. Wendy Moore, MPH, is the translational research coordinator who manages the clinical research protocols and handles recruitment of study subjects. She acts as liaison with the Colorado Multiple Institutional Review Board to ensure all research meets the highest scientific and ethical standards. The laboratory is currently located in the Research Complex II at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado.