01. About me

My name is Jordan Dworkin.
I'm a Biostatistician & Data Scientist

specializing in statistical and computational methods for neuroimaging data. I trained under Taki Shinohara at the University of Pennsylvania, and am currently an Assistant Professor of Clinical Biostatistics (in Psychiatry) at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute.

02. Education

University of Pennsylvania
2015 - 2020
Department of Biostatistics
PhD, MS
2015 - 2020
Haverford College
2011 - 2015
Department of Psychology
BS, High Honors
2011 - 2015

03. experience

Columbia University,
Dept. of Psychiatry
Assistant Professor of
Clinical Biostatistics
Current role
Univ. of Pennsylvania,
PennSIVE Center
Researcher/Biostatistician
2015 - 2020
Univ. of Rochester,
Dept. of Anesthesiology
Research Assistant
2013 - 2014
Haverford College,
Dept. of Psychology
Research Assistant
2013 - 2014

04. Recent news

10/20 - New preprint released

Bertolero et al (2020) assesses racial/ethnic and intersectional imbalance in neuroscience reference lists

07/20 - New job!

I began working as an Assistant Professor at Columbia University and the NYS Psychiatric Institute

10/20 - New preprint released

Dworkin, Zurn, & Bassett (2020) discusses inequity in scholarly citations and give recommendations for scientists of all levels

06/20 - New paper released

Dworkin et al (2020) investigates the extent and drivers of gender imbalance in neuroscience reference lists

05/20 - Defended dissertation

I passed my dissertation entitled "Statistical techniques for addressing the clinico-radiological paradox in MS"

12/19 - New paper released

Dworkin et al (2019) develops a multivariate histogram test for multi-modal neuroimaging data