Jeris Cox, M.D.

Jeris Cox, M.D. Dr. Cox received her bachelors in science degree at the University of California, Santa Barbara. From there she traveled to Albany, New York to receive her doctorate degree of M.D. at the Albany School of Medicine. She was granted the Army Health Professions Scholarship during her medical school years and joined the Army to further her medical training and support for her country. She attended residency at Walter Reed Medical Center as an OB/GYN and was accepted into a reproductive endocrinology and infertility fellowship immediately following her residency at the NIH. She has extensive training and experience in minimally invasive surgeries and looks to further enhance her career by helping care for our military members in regards to reproduction and fertility. She plans to stay in the Army for a career, as she loves supporting her country through medicine. She is currently a CPT in the US Army but will soon be Major Cox in June 2014. During her free time her hobbies include: Spending time with her family (new husband and dog!), crossfit, running, watching Caps games, and has interest in culinary school some day on her free time.

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