About Us

Dr. Blanche Grube

Owner
BLANCHE D. GRUBE, graduated from Queens College, C.U.N.Y. and received Her doctorate from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1982 (now Rutgers University). She holds a second degree doctorate in Integrative Medicine from Capital University of Integrative Medicine in Washington, D.C.
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Dr. Christopher Shade

Lab Director
Dr. Shade has a diverse spectrum of interests and experience ranging from traditional Scottish stone masonry to geology and from open-ocean
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Jamie Tolle

General Manager
Jamie has worked for Dr. Huggins since 2008. She assisted Dr. Huggins and Robert Wheeler to develop Dental DNA from the beginning.
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Lena Johnson

Lab Technician
Lena graduated with honors from Western State College University in 2008 with a B.A. in Biology. In 2013 she received her M.Sc. in Ecology
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Dr. Leslie J Douglas, PHD. Graduated with honors from the University of Hawaii at Hilo in 1994 with a B.A. in Biology. In 2000 she earned her PhD in Genetics & Molecular Biology from the University of Hawaii

Dr. Leslie Douglas

Lead Researcher/Lab Manager
Graduated with honors from the University of Hawaii at Hilo in 1994 with a B.A. in Biology. In 2000 she earned her PhD in Genetics & Molecular Biology from the University of Hawaii
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Kilian Peck

Lab Technician
Kilian Peck joined the DNA CONNEXIONS team in February of 2015. Kilian earned his B.S. in Biology from Northern Arizona University in 2014 with emphasis on Molecular Biology
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Hal Huggins

Founder
Dr. Huggins rightfully earned the title of “Elder Statesman” of Holistic Dentistry. He is also known as a leading pioneer and the “Grand Father” of identifying and treating medical problems caused by toxic dental materials
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Mission & Vision

Explore and Identify - We perform targeted genetic testing to identify inherent conditions and foreign DNA and provide necessary information to healthcare providers for treatment. Foreign bacterial, viral and fungal and parasitic microbes can be identified from root canal, cavitation, implants and other oral samples. To explore genes such as ApoE and gluten intolerance and to develop relevant research protocols.