United States of America
Dr. Gordish-Dressman is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and the Center for Translational Research at Children’s National Hospital and is a statistician focusing on neuromuscular diseases. She has served as the primary statistician for Dr. Eric Hoffman’s group specializing in the analysis of various types of genetic data and as for Dr. Kanneboyina Nagaraju’s Pre-clinical Murine Testing Facility at CNH. Since 2010, Dr. Gordish-Dressman has provided statistical support to the Cooperative International Neuromuscular Research Group (CINRG) where she focuses on the analysis of natural history studies and facilitates collaborations with academic and industry partners. Dr. Gordish-Dressman has provided statistical support to a large number of collaborators both within CNH and at other institutions around the world. She has co-authored over 150 scientific publications on a wide variety of topics including Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, asthma, necrotizing enterocolitis, rare pediatric cancers, biomarkers of disease and drug treatment, obesity and metabolic traits, and muscle strength and fitness. She is a co-founder of TRiNDS, LLC, a CRO specializing in clinical trials for neuromuscular diseases, and currently serves as the board President.
Disclosure statement: Heather currently serves as a consultant for SOLID GT, Audentes Therapeutics, and AGADA Biosciences. She is also a co-founder and board member of TRiNDS, LLC.
Children’s National Hospital Center for Translational Research, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, United States of America