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Research Interests

Jaie Woodard is a postdoctoral fellow studying the bioinformatics of genetic disease. Her research focuses in on missense mutations, which change the identity of a single amino acid within a protein. The goal of the project is to determine the biophysical and functional consequences of such mutations and to develop predictive tools to determine whether a given mutation is pathogenic. She co-developed the database ADDRESS: a structure-oriented database of genetic mutations and pathogenicity which includes contact information and stability change predictions from the Zhang lab program EvoEF.

Education

Zhang lab Publications

Jaie Woodard, Chengxin Zhang, and Yang Zhang. ADDRESS: A database of disease-associated human variants incorporating protein structure and folding stabilities. Manuscript in revision at the Journal of Molecular Biology.

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