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Clinical Practitioners of Precision Medicine

Clinical Practitioners of Precision Medicine

From top-left to bottom-right: Dr. Mark Ewalt, Hematopathologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering, Dr. Joshua Coleman , Assistant Professor of Pathology at the University of Utah and Medical,
Dr. Rashmi Kanagal-Shamanna, Hematopathologist, Molecular Genetic Pathologist, Associate Professor at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Dr. Kailee Yap, Director of Molecular Diagnostics, Assistant Professor of Pathology from Lurie Children’s hospital, Dr. Alanna Church, Associate Director, LaMPP at Boston Children’s Hospital Assistant Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School Director at ARUP Laboratories, Dr. Somak Roy, Assistant Professor and Molecular Pathologist, The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

Dr. Andrew Trotter

Dr. Andrew Trotter

Dr Trotter is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Infectious Disease, Immunology and International Medicine at the University of Illinois College of Medicine. His clinical and research interests focus on the care of people living with HIV, HIV prevention, prevention and treatment of sexually transmitted infections including syphilis, hepatitis C and general infectious disease. He also is passionate about clinical and research approaches to improve access to and medical care for marginalized populations in the US and globally such as LGBTQI populations, people with unstable housing, people with a history of incarceration and people who struggle with substance use.

Dr. Egon A. Ozer

Dr. Egon A. Ozer

Dr. Egon A. Ozer, MD PhD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine. His research interests encompass microbial whole genome sequence analysis and comparative genomics to explore pathogenesis, antimicrobial resistance, and molecular epidemiology in bacteria, viruses, and fungi that cause human infections.

Dr. Nicholas Soulakis

Dr. Nicholas Soulakis

Dr. Nicholas Soulakis is an Epidemiologist working for the Illinois Department of Public Health supporting the Contact Tracing program. He has a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Pittsburgh. He also works as the Director of Data Science Services at the Center for Data Science and Informatics at Northwestern University.