Jordan Goldstein, MD (H/O)

Jordan Goldstein



A New York native, Jordan completed his undergraduate degree in biometry and statistics at Cornell University. He attended medical school at Emory University School of Medicine, where he also completed a Masters of Science in Clinical Research. At Emory, he performed research under the mentorship of Dr. Christopher Flowers developing digital pathology informatics algorithms and assessing outcomes in lymphoma. He moved back to New York to complete internal medicine residency at Weill Cornell Medical Center. While in residency, he performed research building natural language processing algorithms to extract adverse events for clinical trials from electronic health records. In fellowship, Jordan hopes to further his research interests in informatics, utilizing advanced computational approaches to build personalized prognostic models, and early phase clinical trials in lymphoid malignancies. Hobbies include crossword puzzles, running, and pickling.