Danielle Jones, MD, FACP, is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of General Internal Medicine at Emory University School of Medicine. A clinician educator working in inpatient and outpatient medicine at Grady Memorial Hospital, an urban safety-net hospital in Atlanta, she is Associate Section Chief of the Division of GIM at Grady, an Associate Program Director of Emory’s IM Residency, Medical Director of the Grady Musculoskeletal Clinic, and core faculty for Emory’s IM/Psychiatry Residency.

Dr. Jones completed her medical training at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and residency at Emory SOM. An inaugural SGIM TEACH Scholar, former TEACH faculty, and past chair of the education committee, she currently serves on the membership committee.

Her strong belief in the power and fundamental necessity of mentorship underlies her clinical work, research, teaching, and leadership style. Dr. Jones has mentored more than 130 students, residents, and faculty and continues to foster many of those relationships. Her interests lie in impactful, equitable, and actionable career development and mentorship programs for trainees and faculty. Dr. Jones has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Emory Golden Apple, Mentorship, and faculty “Catalyst” awards, the Southern SGIM Clinician Educator of the Year Award, and the APDIM Distinguished University Associate Program Director Award.

Job Title

Professor of Medicine


Emory University School of Medicine