The death news of Jayson Potts, a secretary-treasurer of the North American Society of Obstetric Medicine, has saddened internet users, and fans are keen to know what happened.
Jayson Potts was an Assistant Clinical Professor in General Internal and Obstetric Medicine. His research interests include Imaging Safety in Pregnancy, Teaching Simulation in Maternal Emergencies and Risks associated with Advanced Maternal Age.
He developed a Finite Element Program to solve for EMAG fields, temperature, plasticity, and stress in self-baking Soderberg electrodes. He also applied programs to better understand massive electrode failure and translated knowledge to industry (INCO, HATCH).
Potts worked as an Obstetric Physician at the BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia from Jan 2014 to Dec 2019.
Jayson Potts Death Cause And Obituary: How Did The Obstetrician Die?
Jayson Potts, the assistant clinical professor in Obstetrics, has sadly passed away. However, the cause of death has not been disclosed to the general public.
Jayson had no history of illness prior to his death. His family and friends also have not made any comments regarding his death. His obituary has also not been released yet.
The police officials are investigating Jayson’s case at the moment, and detailed information will be released after the completion of the investigation.
Twitter Tributes And Family Mourns Over Jayson Potts’s Death
Social media, especially Twitter, has been flooded with heartfelt condolences and death tributes to the untimely passing of obstetrician, Jayson Potts.
Potts’s family described him as a hardworking and focused individual which adds to his humble personality. His family is deeply heartbroken and is mourning his loss at the moment.
Jayson was a family person. Although he did not disclose complete information about his family to the public, he regularly used to give time to his family despite his hectic work schedule.
Jayson Potts Net Worth Explored
Jayson Potts, the Secretary-Treasurer of the North American Society of Obstetric Medicine, had an estimated net worth of around $500,000.
He worked as Assistant Clinical Professor in General Internal and Obstetric Medicine since 2014. He also worked as consulting physician in Obstetric Medicine at the BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre from 2014 to 2019.
He completed his Master of Engineering in computer mechanics at McMaster University. He also worked as an Obstetric Medicine Fellow for seven months in Auckland.