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Andrew Campbell, M.D.
Dr. Campbell is a pediatrition at the University of Michigan Mott Children’s Hospital and Director of the Pediatric Comprehensive Hemoglobinopathy  Program.  Dr. Campbell's research focuses on the mechanisms of globin switching and in particular, the mechanism by which the locus control region (LCR) directs the transcription of globin genes. His laboratory is exploring the use of transgenic mice harboring the human globin locus. We use mice expressing mutants of the globin genes in order to evaluate the mechanism by which the LCR directs expression of human globin genes in transgenic mice.

Joy Christensen
Clinical Nurse Specialist

Nancy Burke, R.D.
Nutritionist

Jennifer Butcher, Ph.D.

Psychologist
Neuropsychologist Liaison

Genny Dillard
Child Life Specialist (Directs the Sickle Cell School Visitation Program)

Sara Gomez
Clinic Coordinator

Dianne Hatfield
Clinic Coordinator

Sheila Morris
Child Life Specialist (Directs the Sickle Cell School Visitation Program)

Paula Ross, M.A.
Clinical Research Coordinator

Peg Woehrle, M.S.W.
Clinical Social Worker