MPH, Community Health Education
BA, International Politics
Over the last 25+ years, Dr. Jones’ research has focused on identifying was to improve reproductive and sexual health outcomes in a wide variety of settings. Examples of her completed work include testing self-collection methods for sexually transmitted infection testing and cervical cancer screening to increase coverage, testing the use of partner-delivered treatment for sexually transmitted infections, measuring patient preferences for STI diagnosis and treatment services, as well as the integration of reproductive and sexual health services in primary care, and measuring evidence-based practices among abortion providers, among others. As an Associate Professor and the Director of the doctoral program in epidemiology, Dr. Jones also contributes to methodological debates in the field of epidemiology.
Dr. Jones’ implementation science experience focuses on improving clinical care in reproductive and sexual health, including HIV.