Eric Low, MD MPH is a current NIH T32 gastroenterology fellow at UCSD with a clinical and scientific career interest in esophageal disorders. His long-term career goals include improving epidemiologic research of esophageal diseases and discovering novel diagnostic and treatment paradigms of esophageal conditions. He joined the Yadlapati research lab in 2020.
Amanda Krause, MD is currently a Gastroenterology Fellow at the University of California San Diego. Dr. Krause completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine where she became very interested in esophageal diseases and clinical research. Dr. Krause will be starting the T32 program in her second year of fellowship with Dr. Yadlapati as her research mentor.
Maddi Greytak is currently the Clinical Research Coordinator for the Center for Esophageal Diseases at the University of California San Diego. Maddi completed her undergraduate degree in Biological Anthropology at UC San Diego where she had her first opportunities in research. She has experience in multiple research specialties, now focusing on esophageal research.