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Dr. Denson received his medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, VA. His primary focus is to determine the molecular basis for alterations in growth hormone signaling in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD).
Dr. Minar received his medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI. His primary focus is on developing new tools (blood biomarkers) to improve therapy response rates by offering a less invasive method of tracking gut inflammation in children with inflammatory bowel disease.
Research Assistant IV
Erin joined the Denson Lab in September of 2003. She is a graduate of Capital University with a BA in biology. She processes many patient samples in her work as lab manager. When she’s not in the lab, you might find her on the soccer pitch or catching a Reds game. She also loves traveling with her husband and family.
Dr. Jurickova received her medical degree from Saint Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. Currently, she is studying regulatory T lymphocytes from healthy donors and IBD patients, focusing on cytoplasmic signal transducers and intracellular cytokines.
Research Assistant II
Courtney received her BS in biology from the University of Cincinnati in 2014. She has been a member of the Denson Lab since the fall of 2014 and her lab work includes the processing of many patient samples from several multi-center studies. Outside of the lab, Courtney enjoys cheering on the Reds and training for her first half marathon.
Research Assistant III
Yi-Ting (Vivian) started working on inflammatory bowel disease in Dr. Minar’s lab in 2013. She is originally from Taiwan.