1325 North Race Street
Glasgow, KY 42141
Local: (270) 651 – 4865
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Residents

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Class of 2021

Dillon Pender, MD

Dr. Pender was born and raised in Elizabethtown, KY. He received a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry & Biology from Western Kentucky University (WKU) and a medical doctorate from the University of Louisville School of Medicine (ULSOM). Among several honors Dr. Pender received the Outstanding Chemistry Major Award and the Glen Dooley Undergraduate Award while at WKU.

He has been involved extensively in several research projects and publications ranging from medical nanotechnology, Sports Medicine, and Geriatrics. He has volunteer experience with the National Wheelchair Basketball Association, Kosair Children’s SMILE program and teaching basic introduction to medical school to incoming medical students. Some of his hobbies include: weight training, hiking and camping, reading military history, and spending time with family and friends.

Lauren Hansen, DO

Dr. Hansen grew up in Jackson, TN. She received her DO degree from Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. She received her Bachelor degree in Chemistry/Cell and Molecular Biology from University of Tennessee at Martin. Dr. Hansen did graduate and undergraduate research in analytical chemistry and wildlife biology. Her interest includes: spending time with her daughter and husband, traveling and crafts.

Emily Marsh, MD

Dr. Emily Marsh was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. She received her Bachelor degree in Natural Science from Xavier University and her medical degree from Ross University School of Medicine. Dr. Marsh has an interest in research and has experience from Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. In her spare time she enjoys cycling, photography and scuba diving.

Laura Inabnitt, DO

Dr Laura Inabnitt was born right here in Glasgow, KY and was raised in Tompkinsville. She received her Bachelor degree in Biology and Chemistry from Western Kentucky University and her DO degree from University of Pikeville-Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Inabnitt has volunteered time within her hometown such as: mentoring high school and undergraduate students interested in medicine, organizing and incorporating lesson plans for healthy habits in a local daycare and raising money to support the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation fun run. Her hobbies are spending time with family and friends, boating on Dale Hollow Lake, and traveling with her husband.