Kelly Jones M.D. is a graduate of Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia, and Florida State University College of Medicine.
She completed her residency in Pediatrics at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center in Memphis, Tennessee.
She received the Ouida Johnson Ward scholarship for academic excellence. Kelly's research interests are in dysmorphology and development,
and she presented a poster at the 2011 American College of Medical Genetics Meeting.
Dr. Tokita graduated from the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. She was selected to participate in the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Scholars Program at the National Institutes of Health. Her clinical training includes internal medicine and radiation oncology. Her research interests are in the biology of cancer. Her personal interests include travel, yoga, and studying languages.
Carlos J. Gallego M.D. is a graduate of the Universidad del Valle, in Cali, Columbia. He did dual training in Internal Medicine and Clinical Genetics at the University of Alabama, and did postdoctoral research in microarrays and human T cell receptor diversity in Dr. Jian Han's lab at the Hudson Alpha Institute of Biotechnology. Carlos' research interests are in translating genetic research to patient care by evaluating the impact of high throughput technologies as well as the return of incidental results in the clinical setting. He is also interested in health care disparities that may limit the utility of this type of information in minority populations. He is a K12 Scholar in the University of Washington Institutional Training Program for Patient-Centered Outcomes Research.