Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases Experts

Edward Jones

Adjunct Professor
Medicine and Infectious Disease
The State University of New Jersey
United States of America


After completing his Baccalaureat in France, Dr. Jones attended medical school in Mexico at La Salle University. Upon finishing medical school in 1991, he worked for two years with the humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders (MSF France) during the civil war in Angola and the refugee crisis in the Thai/Cambodian border. Upon his return from MSF, Dr. Jones trained in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease in Mexico (Instituto Nacional de la Nuticion Salvador Zubiran) and Cleveland (University Hospitals of Cleveland). During his time in Cleveland, he also completed a Master's Degree in Epidemiology & Biostatistics at Case Western Reserve University while working in the Tuberculosis Research Unit on several large epidemiological studies in Uganda. Dr. Jones was recruited to UMDNJ in 2001 and deployed to Uganda where he lived for two years while launching a large collaborative research project on drug-resistant tuberculosis funded by the Wellcome Trust (UK). In 2010, Dr. Jones accepted the position of Associate Professor of Medicine, Section of Infectious Diseases at Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center.

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Medicine and Infectious Disease

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