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Amanda Jones recognized by the American Academy of Neurology

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Amanda Jones, education coordinator in the department of neuroscience at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, was recently awarded the 2020 Clerkship Coordinator Recognition Award by the American Academy of Neurology (AAN).

This national award is intended to acknowledge the essential function of neurology clerkship coordinators in medical student education. Clerkship coordinators face many challenges supporting the administration of a neurology clerkship. The award recognizes the most impactful neurology clerkship coordinator from U.S. medical schools whose creativity and innovation is crucial to ensuring the future of neurology.

Jones graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in learning behavioral disorders and elementary education from Morehead State University in 2009. She is certified by the National Board for Certification in Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education (TAGME).  She began working at Marshall Health in 2012, during which time she has served as a fellowship and residency coordinator. She currently resides in Ashland, Kentucky, with her husband, Jeremy.

Jones will be formally recognized at the AAN’s annual meeting in April in Toronto, Canada.

Founded in 1948, the AAN represents more than 36,000 members and is dedicated to promoting the highest quality patient-centered neurologic care and enhancing member career satisfaction.

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Date Posted: Wednesday, February 05, 2020