Tanya Jones


Research Program Assistant

I am a woman with a huge heart. I was fortunate to grow up with a very loving family. Although my father died when I was 2 years old, I was showered with more than enough love from my mother, grandparents, uncles and their wives. I only have 2 sons.  I would have loved more children.  I believe my job with JHU makes up for that.  I love knowing the fact that at the end of the day I am a part of something huge and important that will make all babies healthier and safer.


Tanya has worked with the Center for American Indian Health since 2006. She has had the opportunity to work with both the Infectious Disease Team and the Behavioral Health Team. In 2006, she started out with the RSV study (ID), onto the Cradling our Future study (BH), onto the Together on Diabetes study in Chinle, AZ. Then she moved onto Albuquerque, NM as a Quality Assurance Manager for the TOD study. Then she moved back to the Navajo team, ID staff in Gallup, then Fort Defiance. She currently works closely with affiliates by conducting visits both in the field and in the clinic.


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