Douglas W. Jones, MD

Assistant Professor, Surgery

Douglas Jones
617.638.8609
88 East Newton Street

Biography

Douglas Jones, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Surgery in Vascular & Endovascular Surgery at Boston University School of Medicine. He is a graduate of New York University and Dartmouth Medical School. He completed general surgery training at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill-Cornell Medical Center and Vascular Surgery fellowship training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Jones has extensive clinical research experience, with specific interest in clinical effectiveness of vascular surgery procedures, particularly lower extremity revascularization for critical limb ischemia.

Education

  • Dartmouth Medical School, MD
  • New York University, BA

Publications

  • Published on 5/27/2019

    Jones DW, Deery SE, Schneider DB, Rybin DV, Siracuse JJ, Farber A, Schermerhorn ML. Differences in patient selection and outcomes based on abdominal aortic aneurysm diameter thresholds in the Vascular Quality Initiative. J Vasc Surg. 2019 May 27. PMID: 31147111.

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  • Published on 5/27/2019

    Arinze N, Farber A, Levin SR, Cheng TW, Jones DW, Siracuse CG, Patel VI, Rybin D, Doros G, Siracuse JJ. The effect of the duration of preoperative smoking cessation timing on outcomes after elective open abdominal aortic aneurysm repair and lower extremity bypass. J Vasc Surg. 2019 May 27. PMID: 31147124.

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  • Published on 5/27/2019

    Pike SL, Farber A, Arinze N, Levin S, Cheng TW, Jones DW, Tan TW, Malas M, Rybin D, Siracuse JJ. Patients with lower extremity dialysis access have poor primary patency and survival. J Vasc Surg. 2019 May 27. PMID: 31147128.

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  • Published on 5/27/2019

    Humbarger O, Siracuse JJ, Rybin D, Stone DH, Goodney PP, Schermerhorn ML, Farber A, Jones DW. Broad variation in prosthetic conduit use for femoral-popliteal bypass is not justified on the basis of contemporary outcomes favoring autologous great saphenous vein. J Vasc Surg. 2019 May 27. PMID: 31147137.

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  • Published on 5/5/2019

    Levin SR, Farber A, Cheng TW, Jones DW, Rybin D, Kalish JA, Bennett KM, Arinze N, Siracuse JJ. Most patients experiencing 30-day postoperative stroke after carotid endarterectomy will initially experience disability. J Vasc Surg. 2019 May 05. PMID: 31068266.

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  • Published on 5/1/2019

    Siracuse JJ, Cheng TW, Farber A, James T, Zuo Y, Kalish JA, Jones DW, Kalesan B. Vascular repair after firearm injury is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. J Vasc Surg. 2019 May; 69(5):1524-1531.e1. PMID: 31010517.

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  • Published on 5/1/2019

    Cheng TW, Farber A, Rajani RR, Jones DW, Flynn D, Rybin D, Doros G, Kalish JA, Meltzer AJ, Siracuse JJ. National criteria for academic appointment in vascular surgery. J Vasc Surg. 2019 May; 69(5):1559-1565. PMID: 31010519.

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  • Published on 3/2/2019

    Siracuse JJ, Cheng TW, Arinze NV, Levin SR, Jones DW, Malas MB, Kalish JA, Rybin D, Farber A. Snuffbox arteriovenous fistulas have similar outcomes and patency as wrist arteriovenous fistulas. J Vasc Surg. 2019 Mar 02. PMID: 30837175.

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  • Published on 12/24/2018

    Cheng TW, Farber A, Eslami MH, Kalish JA, Jones DW, Rybin D, Siracuse JJ. Removal of infected arteriovenous grafts is morbid and many patients do not receive a new access within 1 year. J Vasc Surg. 2018 Dec 24. PMID: 30591289.

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  • Published on 12/21/2018

    Roberts L, Farber A, Jones DW, Woo K, Eslami MH, Simons J, Malas M, Tan TW, Rybin D, Siracuse JJ. Tapered arteriovenous grafts do not provide significant advantage over nontapered grafts in upper extremity dialysis access. J Vasc Surg. 2019 May; 69(5):1552-1558. PMID: 30583896.

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