Associate ProfessorMedicine Assistant Dean for the Colleges, UW School of MedicineFaculty Information Biography Education & Training: MDUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of MedicineChapel Hill, NC2000–2004 Internship and Residency in Internal MedicineUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA2004–2007 Honors: James A. Bryan II Award, University of North Carolina2003 Christopher C. Fordham III Award, University of North Carolina2004 James Bell Bullitt Award, University of North Carolina2004 Order of the Grail-Valkyries, University of North Carolina2004 Frank Porter Graham Honor Society, University of North Carolina2004 Huseby Award, University of Washington Internal Medicine Residency Program2007 Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA)2007 Nominee, Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award2014 Gold Humanism Honor Society2019 Washington American College of Physicians – Clinician Educator of the Year 2021 Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Research & Clinical Interests Research Interests: Clinical skills development in junior medical students Medical student support and well-being Professional identity formation and professionalism Humanities and arts in medicine Publications Publications: Liao J, Nishath T, Thevuthasan S, Nieblas-Bedolla E, Christophers B, Starks H, Pagalilauan P, Jackson MB. Race/Ethnicity Trends Among U.S. Internal Medicine Residency Applicants and Matriculants: A Cross-Sectional Study. Annals of Internal Medicine. 2022 Jan. In press. Jackson MB, Kaplan E, Huang R, Mookhjerjee S, (eds.). The Perioperative Medicine Consult Handbook (3rd ed). New York, NY. Springer. 2019. Jackson MB, Mookhjerjee S, Hamlin NP (eds.). The Perioperative Medicine Consult Handbook (2nd ed). New York, NY. Springer. 2015. Wenrich MD, Jackson MB, Maestas RR, Wolfhagen IH, Scherpbier AJ. From Cheerleader to Coach: The Developmental Progression of Bedside Teachers in Giving Feedback to Early Learners. Acad Med. 2015 Nov;90(11 Suppl):S91–7. Wenrich MD, Jackson MB, Wolfhagen IH, Ramsey PG, Scherpbier AJ. What are the Benefits of Early Patient Contact? A Comparison of Three Preclinical Patient Contact Settings. BMC Medical Education. 2013 Jun; 13:80. Wenrich MD, Jackson MB, Ajam K, Wolfhagen IH, Ramsey PG, Scherpbier AJ. Teachers as Learners: The Effect of Bedside Teaching on the Clinical Skills of Clinician-Teachers. Academic Medicine. 2011 Jul;86(7):846–52. Jackson MB, Keen M, Schaad D, Robins L, Wenrich MD. Impact of a Pre-Clinical Clinical Skills Curriculum on Student Performance in Third-Year Clerkships. J Gen Intern Med 2009; Aug: 24(8):929–33.