Dr. Elizabeth C. Jones' priorities for Radiology and Imaging Sciences include improving the patient experience, enhancing operational effectiveness and safety, and increasing departmental visibility by expanding research collaborations in new areas such as artificial Intelligence and precision medicine.
Dr. Jones completed her undergraduate studies at Georgetown University, in 1979. She earned her Doctorate in Medicine from Duke University in 1985. After serving an Internship in Medicine at the Boston University Affiliated Hospitals, 1985-86, she completed a Residency in Diagnostic Radiology in 1986-90 and a fellowship in Abdominal Imaging in 1991, at Emory University. She has been Board Certified in Diagnostic Radiology by the American Board of Radiology since 1990. In 2000, Dr. Jones completed her MPH at Johns Hopkins University and in 2009 her MBA from the University of Maryland's Smith School of Business.
She came to the Clinical Center in 1992. She has held numerous leadership positions in the Radiology department since 2000, for which she has received The NIH Director's and the Clinical Center Director's awards including Chair of Quality and Safety Committee, Associate Director for Clinical Operations, Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program Site Director and Acting Chief of Clinical Radiology. She is currently the Director of Radiology and Imaging Sciences.
Dr. Jones' clinical research interests include a broad array of strategies for Radiation Dose Management for the Clinical Center patients including testing of low dose CT equipment, improving documentation and utilization of patient radiation dose information, and improving strategies for training staff and educating patients, clinicians and the public about radiation.
Her translational research interests include development and testing of the clinical applications of innovative imaging technologies such as photon counting CT and low field strength MRI.
Dr. Jones' priorities for Radiology and Imaging Sciences include improving the patient experience, enhancing operational effectiveness and safety, and increasing departmental visibility by expanding research collaborations in new areas such as artificial Intelligence and precision medicine.
Campbell-Washburn AE, Ramasawmy R, Restivo MC, Bhattacharya I, Basar B , Herzka DA ; Hansen MS, Rogers T, Bandettini, WP, Mcguirt DR, Mancini C, Grodzki D, Schneider R, Majeed W, Bhat, Himanshu ; Xue, H, Moss J, Malayeri AA ; Jones EC ; Koretsky AP, Kellman P, Chen MY, Lederman RJ, Balaban RS. Opportunities in Interventional and Diagnostic Imaging by Using High-Performance Low-Field-Strength MRI. Radiology 2019; 293:384-393.
Khosravan N, Haydar C, Turkbey B, Jones EC, Wood B , Bagci U. A collaborative computer aided diagnosis (C-CAD) system with eye-tracking, sparse attentional model, and deep learning Medical Image Analysis 2019; 51: 101-115.
Symons R, Pourmorteza A, Sandfort V, Ahlman MA, Cropper T, Mallek M, Kappler S, Ulzheimer S, Mahesh M, Jones EC, Malayeri AA, Folio LR and Bluemke DA. Feasibility of dose-reduced chest CT with photon-counting detectors: Initial results in humans. Radiology 2017; 285(3):980-989.
Pourmorteza A, Symons R, Sandfort V, Mallek M, Fuld MK, Henderson G, Jones EC, Malayeri AA, Folio LR, Bluemke DA. Abdominal Imaging with Contrast-enhanced Photon-counting CT: First Human Experience. Radiology 2016 279(1):239-45.
Sandfort V, Ahlman MA, Jones EC, Selwaness M, Y Chen M, R Folio L and Bluemke DA. High pitch third generation dual-source CT: Coronary and cardiac visualization on routine chest CT. J Cardiovasc Comput Tomogr 2016; 10(4):282-8.
Townsley DM, Dumitriu B, Liu D, Biancotto A, Weinstein B, Chen C, Hardy N, Mihalek AD, Lingala S, Kim YJ, Yao J, Jones E, Gochuico BR, Heller T, Wu CO, Calado RT, Scheinberg P, Young NS. Danazol Treatment for Telomere Diseases. N Engl J Med. 2016; 374(20):1922-31.
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