Mackenzie Cook, M.D.
Mackenzie Cook, M.D., joined the OHSU Division of Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery in 2017. Originally from Pittsburgh, Dr. Cook grew up in Connecticut before obtaining his bachelor's degree at Cornell University and medical degree at Duke University. He completed his general surgery residency at OHSU and Surgical Critical Care fellowship at the Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Wash. While a resident, Dr. Cook was honored with teaching awards from the OHSU medical students as well as the general surgery residency. He was recognized by the American College of Surgeons as one of the top 10 resident educators in the nation. His wife, Crystal Weis, M.D., is an emergency medicine doctor in the Legacy Health system in Portland. When not at work, the Cooks enjoy taking their two young children and two older dogs on outdoor adventures.
Marci Jo Carlton
Vice-Chair, Association for Surgical Education Coordinators Group
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Marci Jo was born in Portland, Ore. As the daughter of an Air Force officer, she lived in various states throughout her life. During her time in Central California she attended Modesto College where she earned her certification in Medical Assisting. Marci Jo also has a certification in Phlebotomy and Leadership Training. She is always looking for ways to improve her skills and learn new things. Currently, Marci Jo serves as vice chair for the Association for Surgical Education Coordinators Group, as well as secretary on three executive boards and is a member of several committees. She also maintains an active role in her church. In her free time, Marci Jo enjoys spending time with her two adult sons, reading, singing, acting, going to the beach, taking trips with her mom and hanging out with friends.