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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.
Harvard University, Cambridge MA: Graduate Program in Biophysics, May 2017
- Oberlin College, Oberlin OH: Bachelor of Arts with High Honors in Physics, May 2011
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.