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Jinsy A. Andrews

Assistant Professor of Neurology

Columbia University

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Columbia University

161 Fort Washington Avenue

New York City, New York,10032

United States

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A leading academic and research university, Columbia University continually seeks to advance the frontiers of knowledge and to foster a campus community deeply engaged in understanding and addressing the complex global issues of our time. Columbia University's... more

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Employment History

Senior Director, Clinical Research and Development and Head of Neuromuscular Therapeutics

Cytokinetics , Incorporated


Assistant Professor of Neurology

University of Connecticut


Co-Director, MDA and ALS Clinic

Hospital for Special Care


Affiliations

Eleanor and Lou Gehrig MDA/ALS Research Center

ALS Fellow


Education

B.S.

Union College


M.D.

Albany Medical College


M.D.

Columbia University


MSc


MSc

Biostatistics ( Patient-Oriented Research )

Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health


Web References(40 Total References)


ALS Trials | ALS Clinical Research | Our Structure | About Us | Northeast Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Consortium

www.neals.org [cached]

Jinsy A. Andrews, MD, MSc Headshot
Jinsy A. Andrews, MD, MSc Investigator Representative


patientdaily.com

The results were presented at the 27th International Symposium on ALS/MND in Dublin, Ireland, by Dr. David Ennist, chief science officer at Origent Data Sciences, and Dr. Jinsy Andrews, director of neuromuscular clinical trials at Columbia University.


www.origent.com

The poster, presented by David L. Ennist, Ph.D., MBA, Chief Science Officer, Origent Data Sciences and Jinsy A. Andrews, M.D., Director of Neuromuscular Clinical Trials, Columbia University, at the 27th International Symposium on ALS/MND in Dublin, Ireland, showed that the Gradient Boosting Machine (GBM) algorithm was the optimal model to predict slow vital capacity (SVC) at times subsequent to baseline and that forced vital capacity (FVC) records could be used to predict slow vital capacity (SVC) scores of ALS patients using this machine learning technique.
"These data bring us one step closer to prospectively validating the Origent predictive model using datasets from BENEFIT-ALS and VITALITY-ALS," said Jinsy Andrews, M.D., Director of Neuromuscular Clinical Trials, Columbia University and Medical Monitor for VITALITY-ALS.


www.hfsc.org

Jinsy A. Andrews, M.D.
Neuromuscular Nurse Specialist Phone: (860) 612-6305 Fax: (860) 612-6303 E-mail: ckiely@hfsc.org


Drug Data Dash at AAN Annual Conference | ALZFORUM

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"I think it is promising," commented Jinsy Andrews of Cytokinetics.
She added that this kind of treatment could potentially help some people with other conditions, not just ALS, because the implants provide a general boost to neurons.


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