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Jessica Cox, DO, PhD

Dr. Jessica Cox is a radiologist in Pagosa Springs, Colorado


Medical School:  Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine – Parker, CO


Surgical Internship: Exempla St. Joseph Hospital – Denver, CO


Diagnostic Radiology: University of Colorado School of Medicine – Aurora, CO

Board Certification

American Board of Radiology 2018

Publications & Presentations

Nyberg EM, Cox, JR, Kowalski DV, Duarte DV, Schimpf B, Jones WJ. Mobile Stroke Unit Reduces Time
to Image Acquisition and Reporting. Am J Neuroradiol 2018; published online ahead of print.

Nieset JR, Harmon JF, Johnson TE, LaRue SM. Comparison of Adaptive Radiotherapy Techniques for
External Radiation Therapy of Canine Bladder Cancer. Vet Radiol Ultra 2014; 55(6): 644-650.

Nieset JR, Harmon JF, LaRue SM. Use of Cone Beam Computed Tomography to Characterize Daily
Urinary Bladder Variations during Fractionated Radiotherapy for Canine Bladder Cancer. Vet Radiol
Ultra 2011; 52(5): 580-588.

Mobile Stroke Unit Effect on Key Time Related Imaging Metrics. American Society of Neuroradiology
55th Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA, April 2017.

Use of Cone Beam CT to Characterize Urinary Bladder Variations and Optimize Delivery of Radiation
Therapy for Canine Bladder Cancer, Dissertation Defense/Telecast to University of Colorado Cancer
Center, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, May 2010.

Use of Cone-Beam CT to Characterize Bladder Variations during Canine Bladder Cancer Treatment,
American College of Veterinary Radiology Annual Conference, Memphis, TN, October 2009.