Maggie Jeffries received her anesthesia training at Johns Hopkins University, during which she served as the Resident Member of the ASA Residency Member Residency Review Committee, chaired by Mark Warner, M.D.
Following graduation, she became an Assistant Professor at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, where she specialized in Pediatrics and Neuroanesthesia. During that time, she was an active contributor to diverse areas of research, including cerebral oximetry, post-dural puncture headache, infectious disease, and liver failure. She is a published author in several national journals, including Regional Anesthesia, Journal of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia, The Neurologist, and Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, The Neurologist, Liver Transplantation and Surgery, and Anesthesiology News.
A highly rated Examiner, Dr. Jeffries has been in private practice since 2010, where she has experience a broad array of operating room environments, most recently, ophthalmic surgery.