A bit about me

I’m a biostatistician and data scientist specializing in statistical methods for neuroimaging and high-dimensional data. I’m currently an Assistant Professor of Clinical Biostatistics (in Psychiatry) in Columbia University’s Mental Health Data Science Division, and a Research Scientist at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. I previously received my PhD in Biostatistics from the University of Pennsylvania, and my BS in Psychology from Haverford College.

Then and now, I have always sought to produce cross-cutting and interdisciplinary work (so please reach out if you’d like to chat or brainstorm collaborations!). Some of my favorite recent team-ups have included developing statistical methods for multiple sclerosis research with Taki Shinohara, investigating inequities in scientific citation practices with Dani Bassett and Perry Zurn, and delving into job automation and skill networks with the folks at The Pudding. You can find a few examples of my most recent work below, and a more comprensive list on the research and projects pages.


Jordan Dworkin

Biostatistician and Quantitative Scientist