Day Lab: Personnel 

 

Brian Day, PhD

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Brian Day, PhD

Principal Investigator

303-398-1121
DayB@NJHhealth.org

Education:

Purdue University,  PhD, 1992
University of Montana, BS with Honors, School of Pharmacy, 1984

 

 

 

Jie Huang

Lab Researcher

303-398-1249
huangj@njhealth.org

Education:
Medical School of Suzhou University, MD 1984
Medicine School of Fudan University, MS 1990
Background:

Jie earned her medical degree in China, followed by graduate training specializing in radiation. She moved with her family to the United States in November of 1997, and participated in several research projects over the course of four years at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Jie joined Dr. Day’s laboratory in November of 2004, and worked on drug PK studies and development of novel methods for HPLC analysis. Currently, her focus is managing the mouse-breeding colony for the laboratory, and other research projects.

 

 

Elysia Min

Lab Researcher

303-398-1269
MinE@NJHealth.org

Education:

University of British Columbia, Chemistry, BSc 2000

Background:

Elysia Min graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.  She was born and raised in Vancouver until she joined National Jewish Health in January 2001.  She is a Lab Researcher in the Day Lab, maintaining various analytical instruments and working on research projects involving oxidative injury and protection in the lung.

 

 

Joshua Chandler

Graduate Student

303-398-1269
ChandlerJ@NJHealth.org

Education:

Drury University, BA 2009

Background:

Joshua graduated with a Bachelors degree in biology and chemistry in 2009 and entered the graduate program in molecular toxicology at the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical Campus. He joined the Day lab in August 2010 as a graduate student. His current research focuses on thiocyanate, and on the effects of novel thiols on the cellular environment.


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