Andrew (Andy) Jones, M.D.
Resident, PGY 3
University of Vermont
Vegetarian cooking, running and cycling, and feminist science fiction
Reason for selecting UC Davis for Residency:
Welcoming, friendly environment and colleagues; reputation and beautiful Sacramento
- Transfusion Medicine and Blood Banking
- Medical Pedagogy
- Therapeutic Apheresis and SCT
- Thyroid neoplasia
- Diversity & Inclusion in Medical Education
Andy graduated from Bowling Green State University with a BA in Philosophy and American Culture Studies, an MA in American Culture Studies, and a Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies. He worked in IT for several years for an art and design college in the SF Bay Area, and then pursued an MD at the University of Vermont. He has published several abstracts during his time in residency on topics ranging from passenger lymphocyte syndrome, thyroid non-invasive follicular lesions with papillary-like nuclear features, and diversity in medical education. He is currently the Section Editor for the ASCP Case Reports: Transfusion Medicine publication, and was the inaugural recipient of the Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Resident Professionalism Award.