Scott Hebbring, PhD, is the Principal Investigator for All of Us at Marshfield Clinic Research Institute and a Research Scientist in the Center for Precision Medicine Research at Marshfield Clinic Research Institute. He completed his doctoral training at Mayo Clinic with a focus on pharmacogenomics. Dr. Hebbring continued his training as a post-doctoral fellow in UW-Madison’s Computational and Informatics in Biology and Medicine (CIBM) training program. His current research is multidisciplinary that combines statistical genetics and medical informatics with molecular biology.
Sanjay Shukla, PhD, is a Co-Investigator for All of Us at Marshfield Clinic Research Institute and a molecular microbiologist with a research focus on understanding genetic mechanisms of infectious and chronic diseases in which an infectious agent or microbiota may play a role. His research focus is broad and includes, but is not limited to, discovering host immune biomarkers, understanding precise host-pathogen interactions, targeted antimicrobial combinatorial therapy for Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia, and biomarker discovery for chronic diseases such as fatigue, multiple sclerosis, and type 2 diabetes through gut microbiomics, viromics, and metabolomics approaches. In addition, he is investigating occupational exposure and health risk related to the microbiome and resistome in dairy farm workers. Dr. Shukla is also working with colleagues to promote the implementation of cancer genomics and pharmacogenetics testing towards improved patient care.
Mary Peterson, Project Manager, has been with the All of Us Research Program for over three years. She has a BS in Community and Nonprofit Leadership from UW Madison with an emphasis on rural and impoverished communities. She has dedicated her professional career to serving rural communities that often lack services for families by working with a variety of nonprofits, writing and reviewing grants for new or additional services, and actively engaging with the community. Her passion for serving others and giving back drew her to the All of Us Research Program in order to ensure rural Wisconsin is included in biomedical research for years to come.
Jen Joten is a Project Manager with the All of Us Research Program at Marshfield Clinic Research Institute. She has a MS in education from the University of Wisconsin – Stout where her research emphasis was in adult learning with a focus on the effectiveness of physician learning and CME programs at Marshfield Clinic as documented in “Connecting CME Metrics to Mission: Assessing the Health, Gaps, and Practice of a CME Program.” Jen is looking forward to the opportunity to rejoin the world of research in her new role with All of Us.
Tamara Cox, Outreach and Enrollment Manager, for the All of Us Research Program at the Marshfield Clinic Research Institute has been on the team for over four years. She has over 10 years of project management experience and is passionate about helping others and leading with compassion. Tamara has over 25 years' experience leading and coaching others; she is also a master certified life coach. She has a master’s degree in Education Administration and is ABD for a PhD in E-Learning, emphasizing helping those in less fortunate life circumstances in her education.