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Anna Jones, PhD

Anna Jones, PhD

Anna Jones, PhD, is an instructor in the Psychology Department at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
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Stories by Anna Jones

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Four women talk in front of screen
Research

Distinct molecular profiles lead to a better understanding of acute leukemia

Emilia Asante, PhD

Distinct molecular profiles in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphoma (T-ALL/LLy) with PICALM::MLLT10 (PM) fusions shed light on potential targeted therapies for improved outcomes.

Planet Earth in front of a galaxy background with circles surrounding the planet
Planet Earth in front of a galaxy background with circles surrounding the planet
Outreach

Global peer community sets standards to save vulnerable children from infectious diseases

Alex Generous, PhD

St. Jude is helping train and make guidelines to prevent and treat infections during pediatric cancer treatment worldwide.

Doctor talking to patient in hospital room
Doctor talking to patient in hospital room
Clinical

Boot camp trains sickle cell disease ‘pain crises champions’ to improve patient care

Alex Generous, PhD

St. Jude and UTHSC are training nurses worldwide how to better care for people with sickle cell disease.

Research

A glimpse beyond life and death: Exploring the biology of the MICOS complex

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

See how new model offers glimpse into vital mitochondrial complex

image of Sarah Currie
image of Sarah Currie
Investigator Insights

Core values underlie nursing excellence

Sarah Currie, RNC, MSN, NEA-BC

Learn about the values that shape nursing research and care at St. Jude.

St. Jude On

Addressing the needs of childhood cancer survivors

Brian O'Flynn, PhD

See how many factors from environment to genetics affect the post-treatment experience of childhood cancer survivors

Clinical

Long-acting injectable HIV drugs safe for treating adolescents

Alex Generous, PhD

Learn how long-lasting drugs offer hope for adolescent with HIV.

Image of two people talking
Image of two people talking
St. Jude On

Evaluating care for ‘the forgotten population’: Factors affecting sickle cell care

Kathryn J. McCullough, MA

St. Jude researchers examine factors that affect access to care for patients with sickle cell disease.

Research

Influenza virus provides first evidence of bats’ potential as an intermediate host

Alex Generous, PhD

Explore research showing bats may be an intermediate influenza host.

St. Jude On

Why do Black women have the highest cervical cancer mortality compared to all other groups in the United States? 

Karlisa Cryer

Learn about the factors that limit HPV vaccination adoption, and how they can be overcome.