Dr. Ashby completed her undergraduate studies at Wilson College before attending Jefferson Medical College, where she graduated in 1968. She did both her internship and residency at Bryn Mawr Hospital before accepting an infectious disease fellowship at Lankenau Hospital. Dr. Ashby is still in practice today as a general practitioner and Infectious Disease specialist in Bryn Mawr. She is also the Medical Director of the Quadrangle Life Care Community in Haverford, PA.
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Oral history was edited by Kelsey Duinkerken, April 2015
Interview was conducted by Kelsey Duinkerken with Dr. Bonnie Lee Ashby on March 27, 2015
Ashby, Bonnie Lee and Duinkerken, Kelsey, "Bonnie Lee Ashby" (2015). First Women at Jefferson Oral Histories. 7.
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