Program Lead, Impetus Institute for Meta-Science
Jordan Dworkin
Experimental Methods,
Biomedical Science

Jordan Dworkin is a Program Lead for the Impetus Institute. His work focuses on growing and strengthening the meta-science community, with the goal of improving scientific funding, institutions, and incentive structures through experimentation.

Before joining FAS, Dworkin was an assistant professor of clinical biostatistics at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute; his research touched on statistical methodology, medical imaging, and mental health. He holds a PhD in Biostatistics from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Psychology from Haverford College.