Tyler is a Colorado native who has completed most of his education at the University of Colorado with the exception of medical school at Pritzker School of Medicine at the University of Chicago. After medical school he returned home to CU for residency and fellowship, working as an internist for a couple of years between the two. He currently works as a medical oncologist and hematologist at the UCHealth Highlands Ranch Cancer Center where he sees a wide variety of pathology with a focus on gastrointestinal and lung cancers.
I am a general medical oncologist with an interest and research focus in gastrointestinal malignancies and sarcoma. I was born and raised in Akron, Colorado, completed my undergraduate educate at the University of Colorado in Boulder, attended the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, and performed my internship and residency at the University of Colorado Hospital in Internal Medicine. After serving as a Chief Medical Resident, I finished off my formal education with the Hematology and Oncology Fellowship program at the University of Colorado.
Once I completed my education and training, I took a position with Banner MD Anderson Cancer Centers in Greeley and Loveland, Colorado. My goal is to bring cutting edge research and specialized care to the communities of northern and eastern Colorado. Having grown up in northeastern Colorado, I pride myself in being able to connect on a personal level with my patients. I am honored to serve this community.
Dr. Gray Jodon is a medical oncologist at Denver Health. He graduated with his medical degree (MD) from the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio and completed his internal medicine residency and hematology/oncology fellowship at the University of Colorado Anschutz. At Denver Health, in addition to caring for hematology/oncology patients Dr. Jodon is the director of education for the hematology/oncology department, training hematology/oncology fellows and providing education for the department as a whole. Dr. Jodon is passionate about medical education, health equity, and patient advocacy.
Laura R. Dickinson, PA, began her studies at the University of Denver where she completed a master’s degree in molecular biology, later moving to Pittsburgh to complete her physician assistant studies. Laura worked in oncology at the University of Pittsburgh for four years in a specialty clinic for patients with melanoma and sarcoma, after which she moved to Scotland where she worked in orthopedic surgery for a few years.