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James Jackson, MD Assistant Program Director, Operations


James Jackson, MD, received his Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology at The University of Texas at Dallas and Doctor of Medicine from Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine. He completed Internal Medicine Residency Training at the University of New Mexico. His interest in medical education started as a resident, and Dr. Jackson pursued the interest further during a chief resident year after training. Outside of medicine, Dr. Jackson enjoys traveling with his wife, photography, and playing guitar.

Honors for Dr. Jackson include:
Chief Resident and Inpatient Attending – Internal Medicine, University of New Mexico Hospital, Albuquerque, NM (2016-2017)
Resident of the Year, UNM Internal Medicine Residency Program (2015-2016)
PGY-2 of the Year, UNM Internal Medicine Residency Program (2014-2015)
Intern of the Year, UNM Internal Medicine Residency Program (2013-2014)
Academic Honors Scholarship Recipient at University of Texas at Dallas (2005-2009)
Anson L. Clark Research Scholarship Recipient (2005 and 2006)

Collegium V Honors Society at University of Texas at Dallas (2005)

Publications:
Workshop: James Jackson, M.D., Lauren Liaboe, M.D., Paul Andre, M.D., Justin Roesch, M.D., “Boot Camp: Education for Transitioning Learners and Professionals” SGIM Mountain West Conference, Phoenix, AZ, 2016

Poster Presentation: James Jackson, M.D.; Jens Langsjoen, M.D., “A Diet of Diet Coke: An Unusual Presentation of Pancytopenia with Hemolysis” New Mexico ACP Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 2014

Poster Presentation: James Jackson, MSIV; Cindy Douglas, M.D.; Curtis Mirkes, D.O., FACP, “A Weak Story: A 59 Year Old Female with Longitudinally Extensive Transverse Myelitis” National ACP Conference, San Francisco, 2013

Poster Presentation: James Jackson, MSIV; Cindy Douglas, M.D.; Curtis Mirkes, D.O., FACP, “A Weak Story: A 59 Year Old Female with Longitudinally Extensive Transverse Myelitis” Texas ACP Conference, Ft. Worth, TX, 2012

We will start interviewing applicants from late October to January.