Jackie Goldstein

Jackie Goldstein is a Computational Scientist in the Neale Lab at ATGU and the Broad Institute. She is leading a project to explore the feasibility and utility of phenotypes derived from longitudinal electronic health records to better understand the genetic architecture of common diseases, especially psychiatric illnesses. In her previous role, she was a Senior Software Engineer on the Hail team where she contributed to Hail Query and was the lead developer of Hail Batch, which is a multi-tenant, elastic batch job processing system for the cloud. Before her work on the Hail team, she was an Associate Computational Biologist in the Neale lab where she worked on analyzing data for the ExomeChip and PsychChip projects. She also was the lead investigator of a project that looked at the genetic architecture of clozapine-induced agranulocytosis.