Jennifer Jones, MD MS

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Jennifer Jones is an associate professor and the Medical Lead IBD Program QE II Health Sciences Center, Nova Scotia Dr. Jones completed her gastroenterology fellowship and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2004. Following this she completed an advanced IBD Fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota under the supervision of Dr. William Sandborn. She went on to complete her Masters degree in Epidemiology and Health Research Methodology at the University of Calgary where she also worked as a consultant gastroenterologist with the IBD group at the Foothills Medical Center, University of Calgary between 2005 and 2008. Dr. Jones began her first faculty appointment at the University of Saskatchewan in July 2008 where she took on the role of Director of the newly established multidisciplinary IBD clinic and IBD clinical trials and was cross appointed with the departments of Epidemiology & Community Health Sciences and Research & Graduate Studies. Dr. Jones’s research focuses on IBD outcomes and quality through conduct of research related to enhancement of point-of-care interventions and population-based health services research.