Nicole Jones, PhD, MS, is a perinatal epidemiologist with over 20 years of experience on research teams and projects related to maternal and child health. She is the Director of the Flint Registry, a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention funded project designed to identify and support individuals impacted by lead-contamination during the Flint Water Crisis. In collaboration with broad community-based partners, Dr. Jones leads a dynamic team of 30 registry staff.
Over 16,000 individuals have enrolled in the Flint Registry and more than 21,000 referrals have been made to health and education resources.
Prior to working in the Division of Public Health, Dr. Jones was the Associate Director of the Biomedical Research Informatics core within the Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute.
Selected Media Coverage:
Flint Registry connects, supports, counts those affected by water crisis.
Flint Registry officially goes live.
Flint Registry, built to monitor, link and advocate for community health, gears up for September launch.
Looking for work? Flint Registry is hiring.
Rebuilding Flint's Future: The MSU-Hurley Children's Hospital Pediatric Public Health Initiative.
To request a comprehensive CV summarizing Dr. Jones’ achievements email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.