Daniel B. Jones, MD, MS, FACS
Rabkin Fellow in Medical Education
Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
Vice Chair of Surgery, Office of Technology and Innovation
Chief, Minimally Invasive Surgical Services, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
The enhancement of teleconferencing surgery on the education of medical students
Dr. Jones joined Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in 2003 and has established a national program in Minimally Invasive Surgery, Bariatric Surgery and Surgical Training using Simulation. Dr. Jones was elected as Vice President of the Association for Sugical Education in 2012 having served as the Chair of the Simulation Committee and member of the Education Research Committee. He also serves on Board of Governors for the Society for American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgery (SAGES) having chaired the Quality, Outcomes and Safety Committee, Fundamental Use of Surgical Energy (FUSE) Task Force, Educational Resources Committee. Dr. Jones is Vice Chair of the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Bariatric Advisory Committee, and Co-director of the ACS-ASE Skills Based Simulation Curriculum for Medical School years 1-3. Dr. Jones was the recipient of the SAGES Young Investigators Award in 2001, James IV Association Travel Fellowship 2005, and SAGES Medical Leadership Award in 2012. Dr. Jones received AB from Cornell University, MD from Cornell University Medical College, and Masters in Medical Management from University of Texas at Dallas.
Dr. Jones is co-editor of 18 books including 2012 release of
Mastery of Surgery,
SAGES Manual for FUSE, SAGES Manual for Quality , Outcomes and Saftety, and
The Textbook of Simulation:Skills and Team Training. He has also authored over 250 original publications and book chapters on surgical education, metrics of technical skills and Bariatric Surgery.