Tim Denniston attended Gonzaga University from 1989 -1993. He was a four-year starter and scholarship athlete on the men’s soccer team. While working toward his degree, Denniston worked as an undergraduate research assistant, studying the effects of extra-cellular conditions on cytoplasmic streaming in amoeba proteus. He graduated as a member of the Honor’s Program, cum laude, with a BS in Biology and a minor in Psychology.
Following graduation, Denniston moved to Salt Lake City where he accepted a job at the University of Utah’s Biology Department. There he worked on a cancer research project, studying a vacuole inheritance gene defect in the yeast strain saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Life changes took Denniston back to Spokane in 1995 and in a new career direction. Since that time, he has worked in the hospitality industry, managing several local establishments. For over a decade, he served as the General Manager for the Steam Plant. This iconic restaurant was nestled in an award-winning historical preservation of an actual steam plant that provided steam heat to downtown Spokane up until 1986. At the time of it’s opening, it was the only building in the region recognized on the National Trust’s Register for Historic Preservation.
A desire for a new, more meaningful career, led Denniston to TMS Solutions. He is humbled by the opportunity to help make a difference in the lives of people who have suffered from depression and is excited about the incredible potential of TMS in the world of patient care.