Dr. Jones earned his PhD in epidemiology from Emory University in 2016. He previously earned a MPH in epidemiology from Emory and MS in psychology from the University of Florida. His research focuses on behavioral aspects of HIV risk, risk assessment methods, mobile-based HIV prevention interventions, and mathematical modeling approaches to understanding the HIV epidemic among men who have sex with men. Dr. Jones also enjoys teaching and mentoring. He serves as Thesis Advisor for students in the Applied Epidemiology track of the Executive Master of Public Health (EMPH) program and teaches epidemiology methods courses in the traditional MPH and EMPH programs at Emory.
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