Faculty

Clinical

J. Robinson Singleton, MD

J. Robinson Singleton, MD is Director of the Neurophysiology Laboratory at the Salt Lake City Veterans Administration Hospital. He teaches neuromuscular disease diagnosis and electrodiagnostic techniques to neurology, physical medicine, and rehabilitation residents, and has helped train 15 neuromuscular fellows. Dr. Singleton also serves on the Cen... Read More

Specialties: EMG, General Neurology, Neurology, Neuromuscular Diseases

Residency: University of Michigan Hospitals

Medical School: University of Colorado

Email: rob.singleton@hsc.utah.edu

Lab: Lab Website

Matthew T. Rondina, MD, MS

I have been a faculty member of the University of Utah Department of Medicine since 2006, where I first served as Chief Medical Resident.  My clinical practice is focused on the prevention and treatment of thrombotic disorders, including deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease.  I teach students a... Read More

Specialties: Thrombotic Disorders

Residency: University of Utah Health Sciences Center

Medical School: University of Utah Medical School

Email: matthew.rondina@hsc.utah.edu

Michelle Adams

Michelle Adams

PS Nurse Manager

Phone: 801-581-2224
Email: Michelle.Adams@hsc.utah.edu

Dixie Thompson

Dixie Thompson

Dixie D. Thompson, BSN, RN, is the Clinical Nurse Coordinator, Clinical Services, Clinical Trials Support Foundation. She partners with the nurse manager to ensure that the CSC provides utmost quality, patient safety, and research integrity for all clinical research protocols conducted at any of the CCTS Clinical Trials Support facilities. Collaborations include facilitating scientific protocol review by the CCTS Internal Advisory Committee; external sponsor communications and visits; and program development responsibilities across CCTS Foundations and across the institution, promoting clinical and translational research resources to all University of Utah investigators.

Phone: 801-585-3993

Email: Dixie.Thompson@hsc.utah.edu

Stacie L. Wing-Gaia, PhD, RD, CD, MS, CSSD

Email: stacie.wing@health.utah.edu

Human Subjects Protection

Jeffrey R. Botkin, MD, MPH

Jeffrey Botkin is a Professor of Pediatrics and an Adjunct Professor of Human Genetics at the University of Utah.  He is a graduate of Princeton University and received an MD from the University of Pittsburgh, residency training at the University of Colorado and an MPH from Johns Hopkins University.  He is the past Chief of the Division o... Read More

Research Interests: Genetics, Medical Ethics, Neonatal Screening

Specialties: Medical Ethics

Residency: University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center

Medical School: University of Pittsburgh

Email: jeffrey.botkin@hsc.utah.edu

Phone: 801-581-7170

Sadie Gabler

Sadie Gabler

Inclusion

Community

Louisa A. Stark, PhD

Dr. Louisa Stark is a Professor of Human Genetics and director of the Genetic Science Learning Center. Her research interests focus on science and health education for students and educators from the K-12 level through graduate and medical education as well as patients and members of the lay public. The Center's mission is "making science ... Read More

Research Interests: Community Engagement, Community Health Education, Community Partnerships, Education, Education, Medical, Educational Research, Educational Technology, Genetics/Genomics Education, Patient Education

Email: louisa.stark@utah.edu

Phone: 801-585-0019

Lab: Lab Website

COH

Robin L. Marcus, PT, PhD, OCS

Research Interests: Effects of Chronic Eccentric Ergometry on Functional Outcome After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Effects of Chronic Eccentric Ergometry on Muscle Size and Insulin Sensitivity in Post-Menopausal Females, Relationship Between Excessive Tibial Torsion and ACL Injury in Females

Specialties: Physical Therapy

Email: robin.marcus@hsc.utah.edu

Phone: 801-581-4813

Bioinformatics