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Wendy Gill, MD

thumb_wgill_2009Dr. Wendy Gill practices as an infectious disease specialist with The Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk and Denver's Infectious Disease Consultants. Before entering medical school at Stanford University, she was a volunteer science teacher for the Peace Corps in Gabon. Dr. Gill's astute observations led to the quick treatment and cure of a rare case of bubonic plague in a SW Colorado girl. Her special interest at The Denver Clinic is infectious disease 

 

Medical  School: Stanford University Medical School, Stanford, California 2001
Residency: Internal Medicine - University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver 2001-04
Fellowships:

Infectious Diseases - University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle Washington 2005-08

Certification:

Infectious Diseases - American Board of Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine - American Board of Internal Medicine

 

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John van Doorninck, MD

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Dr.John van Doorninck was drawn to pediatric oncology after attending a biochemistry lecture at Vanderbilt Medical Center. The lecture sparked his interest in pediatric hematology/oncology that lead him ultimately following this course of training. During his residency and fellowhip at the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, he worked with Dr. Elizabeth Lawlor in Ewing Sarcoma research and went on to co-author articles related to research on the biololgic, prognostic and therapeutic implications of stem cell markers in Ewing Sarcoma. He is a member of the pediatric oncology team at The Denver Clinic for Extremities at Risk

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