Keck School Faculty

Brenda Elaine Jones, MD
Brenda Elaine Jones, MD
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine (Part-Time)
Medicine
EDM 120 Health Sciences Campus Los Angeles
Dr. Jones is the USC Principal Investigator of the tuberculosis (TB) diagnostic study, "Evaluation of the 4th Generation Quantiferon TB Test (CST001) for the Detection of Tuberculosis Infection." The 4th Generation Quantiferon TB test aims to further increase the sensitivity of the assay in immunocompromised patients as well as to possibly aid in differentiating latent TB infection from active TB disease.

Dr. Jones earned her medical degree from Howard University School of Medicine. She then went on to complete her fellowship and post doctoral research at USC, specializing in Infectious Diseases and Hematology.

Western Society for Clinical Investigation: Ooops. Something went wrong., 2008

Western Society for Clinical Investigation: Elected Member, 2008

American Society for Microbiology: Saber Fellowship Award, 1991

AIDS Healthcare Foundation: Golden Heart Award, 1991

AIDS Healthcare Foundation: Ooops. Something went wrong., 1991

American Society for Microbiology: Ooops. Something went wrong., 1991

: Ooops. Something went wrong., 1974

: National Merit Scholar, 1974

Diagnosis of latent tuberculosis infection with T-SPOT(®)TB in a predominantly immigrant population with rheumatologic disorders. Lung. 2015 Feb; 193(1):3-11. . View in PubMed

Interferon-gamma release assay T-SPOT®TB and HIV-related tuberculosis. Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2012 Feb; 16(2):281-2. . View in PubMed

Pulmonary manifestations of HIV/AIDS in the tropics Clin Chest Med. 2002 Jun; 23(2):355-67. . View in PubMed

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