David E. Jones, MD is an fellowship trained MS-neurologist who is currently at the University of Virginia. He completed medical school at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine, and then he did his neurology residency at the University of Massachusetts. He stayed at UMass for his MS / neuro-immunology fellow-ship, which was funded by the National MS Society. After that, he worked at Lehigh Valley Health Network, for 4 years, where he was director of the MS Center of the Lehigh Valley, which was a NMSS-affiliated Center for Comprehensive Care.
In 2012, Dr. Jones joined the faculty at the University of Virginia Health System as an Assistant Professor of Neurology. In 2012-2013, he was vice-chair of the MS Section of the American Academy of Neurology, and in 2014, he was elected chair of the MS Section. He is director of Clinical Operations for the James Q. Miller MS Clinic at UVa. He is on the Medical Advisory Board of the MS Foundation, is a program consultant for Can Do MS, and is a member of the MS Coalition Emerging Therapies Collaborative.