Jennifer R. Marks

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine
Jennifer R. Marks, MD

Areas of treatment:

General healthcare for adults
Preventive care
Management of chronic medical issues including diabetes, hypertension, etc.
Medical education


  • Internal Medicine
  • Primary Care


  • Department of Medicine


  • English

Jennifer R. Marks, MD

Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine

Practicing locations:

  • Keck Hospital of USC
  • USC Healthcare Center 2

About this doctor:

Dr. Marks strives to understand the patient’s perspective, as she believes getting to know each patient is an important part of providing the best care possible. She focuses on being extremely thorough in her evaluations, communicating effectively and educating patients about their health status.

Dr. Marks joins Keck Medicine of USC following many years at the University of Virginia, where she treated patients in private practice. At UVa, she helped transform the medical school curriculum while codirecting a course focused on doctor-patient communication and physical examination skills.


BS, American University, Biology, 1994
MD, University of Maryland, 1999


University of Virginia, Internal Medicine, 1999-2000


University of Virginia, Internal Medicine (Primary Care track), 2000-2002


American Board of Internal Medicine, 2002-present

Professional society memberships:

Society of General Internal Medicine, 2009-present


Recipient, University of Virginia School of Medicine Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2013
Nominee, Department of Medicine Teaching Award, 2013
Society of General Internal Medicine poster, Disseminated Mucocutaneous HSV Presenting with Erythema Multiforme: Case Report, accepted for "Poster Tour," a special education program at the Southern Regional meeting, 2013
Recipient, Society of General Internal Medicine Outreach Program Award, 2009
Finalist, ACP-ASIM Virginia Chapter poster presentation, “A Potentially Life-Threatening Effect of Topical Anesthetics”, 2002
Winner, University of Virginia Research Day poster presentation, “Patient Illiteracy – an Impediment to Care at UMA”, 2002
Magna cum laude graduate, American University, 1994
Dean’s List, American University, all semesters 1990-1994