Jennifer Lee Ashton is a physician, author, and television correspondent. She is chief health and medical editor and chief medical correspondent for ABC News and Good Morning America, chief women's health correspondent for The Dr. Oz Show, and a columnist for Cosmopolitan Magazine. She is also a frequent guest speaker and moderator for events raising awareness of women's health issues.
|Born:||Jennifer Garfein, April 23, 1969, George Air Force Base, California, U.S.|
|Alma mater:||Columbia University|
|Spouse(s):||(m. 1996, div. 2017)|
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About Jennifer Ashton
Author, TV medical commentator, and physician who established a private gynecology practice in New Jersey and wrote The Body Scoop for Girls.
Jennifer Ashton Before Fame
She received her MD from Columbia University and became a board-certified Ob-Gyn.
Achievement of Jennifer Ashton
Her book The Body Scoop for Girls is a health information book aimed at adolescent girls and attempts to enlighten them about their bodies as they mature.
Jennifer Ashton Family Life
Her father was a cardiologist, her mother was a nurse, and she married surgeon Dr. Robert C. Ashton, Jr.
Associations of Jennifer Ashton
She appeared regularly as a medical contributor on The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric.
Information related to Jennifer Ashton
- Women gynaecologists
- American gynecologists
- Physicians from California
- CBS News people
- Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons alumni
- American women physicians