Dr. Jessica Treviño Jones earned her medical degree and completed her internship, residency and fellowship in medical oncology and hematology at the UT Health San Antonio Medical School.
In practice since 2013, Dr. Jones is board certified in internal medicine, and specialized in medical oncology. Her special interests are overcoming resistance in hormone positive breast cancer, improving quality of supportive care, genome sequencing, pharmacogenetics, and personalized medicine.
Dr. Jones’ practice centers on improving breast health, preventing breast cancer in high risk patients, and providing the utmost excellence in cancer care.
In medical school, she was awarded the prestigious Lozano-Long Presidential Medical Scholarship. Her research in medical school was awarded the Dean’s Most Promising Research Award, and John Hopkin’s Honorable Mention. During her post-doctoral training, she was named Best Intern Teacher, Most Compassionate Intern and, later, Most Compassionate Resident. In 2018, Dr. Jones was awarded the McDonald Award of Excellence in Oncology for her extensive research in breast cancer, research mentoring, and work in quality improvement.
Dr. Jones serves as an assistant professor of oncology at McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth). She is active in the training of students in all levels of medical training. She is active in initiating clinical trials, and collaborations improve cancer care.
The mother of three boys, when Dr. Jones is not chasing them, she enjoys participating in community outreach that supports education.