Jacqueline Oleary, MD MPH
Dr. Jacqueline O’Leary began her pursuit of research as an undergraduate at Stanford University investigating drug development, continued at UCSF where she received and MD with thesis for work in cellular and molecular biology. Following her internal medicine residency at UT Southwestern, Dr. O’Leary did a GI fellowship and Transplant Hepatology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital. Her post-doctoral research there at Harvard focused on basic science immunology. Afterward, she completed a Master’s in Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health in Clinical Effectiveness. These accomplishments make her uniquely poised to translate research findings into clinical care. She has focused her clinical research on antibody-mediated rejection in liver transplantation and acute-on-chronic liver failure (ACLF) and is currently the Chief of Hepatology at the Dallas VA Medical Center.
No financial relationships have been disclosed.