Ellen Jones

MD, PhD, Professor. Associate Chair, Residency Program Director, UNC-Chapel Hill, Clinical Research

Ellen Jones

MD, PhD
Professor. Associate Chair, Residency Program Director
UNC-Chapel Hill
Clinical Research



Clinical profile

Area of interest

Dr. Jones is a faculty physician in UNC's Department of Radiation Oncology - she specializes in gynecological and breast cancers.

Education

MD Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, NH (1992)
Residency - Joint Center for Radiation Therapy, Boston, MA (1993-1997)
PhD (Biomedical Engineering) Dartmouth College Hanover, NH  (1990)
MS (Biomedical Engineering) Dartmouth College Hanover, NH  (1985)
BA (Biochemistry) Smith College, Northampton, MA (1982)

Board Certification

 ABR Radiation Oncology (2007)

Honors and Awards

  • 2013  Visiting professor, Mount Sinai Hospital
  • 2012  Fellow, Academy of Educators - UNC School of Medicine
  • 2011  Keynote address, 2011 International Meeting of the Society for Thermal Medicine, New Orleans
  • 2009  Visiting Professor, University of Louisville
  • 2008  Visiting Professor / Oncology Symposia: Qujing No.1 People Hospital, China; Shouguang People Hospital, China; Liaocheng People Hospital, China; Dalian Hospital, China
  • 2008  Visiting Professor, Cleveland Clinic
  • 2007  Visiting Professor, University of Virginia
  • 2007  Keynote speaker, European Society for Hyperthermic Oncology Prague, Czech Republic
  • 2006  Visiting Professor Tokyo University; Invited speaker, 14th Annual Meeting of Japanese Breast Cancer Society
  • 2006  Visiting Professor, Charite Hospital Berlin, Germany, Keynote speaker, European Society for Hyperthermic Oncology
  • 2005  Visiting Professor Northwestern University
  • 2005  Keynote speaker, European Society for Hyperthermic Oncology Graz, Austria
  • 2004  President Society for Thermal Medicine
  • 2003  Vice President, Society for Thermal Medicine
  • 2002  Teacher of the Year Award:  Association of Residents in Radiation Oncology,  (ARRO) , Duke University
  • 1998  Butler Harris Endowed Assistant Professor, Duke University              
  • 1996  Radiation Research Society Travel Award
  • 1995  ACS Fellowship
  • 1995  ASTRO Research Fellowship
  • 1991  Franklin Medical Society Scholarship
  • 1990  Sigma Xi, elected to full membership
  • 1989   Radiation Research Society Travel Award
  • 1988-1989 Clinical Assistantship in Cancer Research, Norris Cotton Cancer Center, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover, NH
  • 1988  Young Investigator’s Award, 5th International Symposium on Hyperthermic Oncology, Kyoto Japan
  • 1987  Sigma Xi Grant in Aid of Research
  • 1982  Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Smith College
  • 1981  First Group Scholars, Smith College

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