Dr. Jasmine M. Reese is an adolescent medicine specialist and the director of the Adolescent and Young Adult Specialty Clinic at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital. In 2016, she became assistant professor of pediatrics for Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the adolescent medicine rotation director for our pediatric residency program.
Dr. Reese’s background and training includes a pediatric residency at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Arizona and subspecialty training in Adolescent Medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Leadership Education in Adolescent Health program. Her research background in adolescent obesity and vulnerable youth was additionally supported by a Masters degree in Public Health with a specific focus in Health Care Organization and Policy and Maternal and Child Health.
Dr. Reese specializes in the health care of teens and young adults ages 12-21. She has expertise in the evaluation and management of a variety of diagnoses including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, reproductive health irregularities, as well as other chronic medical illnesses common in the adolescent age group.
Dr. Reese is now currently dedicated to leading the adolescent medicine specialty program to provide best care for our adolescents and young adults as well as teaching the pediatric medical residents and medical students of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital.