Jennifer Geist, BS, CRC – Jennifer started with SCRI in 2015 as our Clinical Manager. She graduated from the University of Iowa in 2011 with a degree in Biology and Psychology. Her current research interests include Chronic Kidney Disease & Anemia and IgA Nephropathy. Her hobbies include yoga and traveling.
Jerome Marcotte, RN, BSN, CRC – Jerry has been with SCRI since 2012 as a Clinical Research Coordinator. Jerry graduated from Lexian Brothers Hospital School of Nursing and DePaul University School of Nursing in Chicago, Illinois. Jerry’s current research interests include hyperlipidemia and anemia. His hobbies include softball, reading and visiting grandchildren.
Deanna Quinton, RS, CRC – Deanna joined the SCRI team in 2014 as a Clinical Research Coordinator. Deanna graduated from the Harry T Harper School of Cardiac and Vascular Technology as a Registered Echo sonographer. Deanna’s current research interests include Diabetic Nephropathy, Polycystic Kidney Disease and Cardiovascular Issues. Her personal hobbies include hiking, traveling, and swimming.
Andrew Bruner, MPH, CRC – Andrew joined SCRI in 2015 as a Clinical Research Coordinator. He graduated from Georgia Regents University with a Master’s in Public Health – Epidemiology. Andrew is an avid runner who’s hobbies include ultra runs and astrophysics. His current research interests include Cardiovascular issues, Gouty Arthritis, Iron Deficiency Anemia and Secondary Hyperparathyroidism.
Meghan Peterson, BS, CRC – Meghan joined SCRI in 2015 as a Clinical Research Coordinator. Meghan graduated from Drake University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology and Neuroscience. Meghan loves spending time with her pets and her research interests include: Type II Diabetes, Anemia, and Chronic Kidney Disease.
Jessi Law, BS, CRC – Jessi came to SCRI in 2015. She is also a Clinical Research Coordinator. She graduated from Augusta University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. Jessi has always had an interest in healthcare. Her hobbies include spending time with her children and teaching art. Her current research interests include: IgA and Membranous Nephropathy, Lupus Nephritis and Anemia.