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Pamela Jones MD, MPH, MS


Pamela Jones MD, MPH, MS


Massachusetts General Hospital


MGH Research Fellows



For nearly 30 years, the funding provided by the Rappaport Foundation to physicians and researchers has allowed brilliance to flourish and breakthroughs to triumph in the areas of neurologic diseases and mental illness.

Dr. Pamela Jones is an Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery at Harvard Medical School and within the Department of Neurosurgery at Mass General Hospital who cares for people with all types of brain tumors, specializing in pituitary and parasellar tumors. She did her residency and endoscopic skull base fellowship at MGH, then took her first faculty position at UCSD, and ultimately returned to MGH to join the Neurosurgery faculty and the Neuroendocrine and Pituitary Tumor Clinical Center in 2017. Her research focuses in translational and clinical efforts to study invasive and aggressive pituitary tumors, both on a genetic and epigenetic level. She has previously been awarded a K12 for studying novel plasma-based fluorescent exosomal biomarkers in gliomas and is the inaugural Stephens Naphtal Foundation Endowed Chair in Neurosurgery at MGH.