Responsible for coordinating and leading the operations, strategic external partnership development, and identification of innovative funding opportunities for the JAX data science initiative.
Madeleine Braun, Ph.D., MBA, is the vice president for operations and partnerships for JAX data science, in which she will coordinate and lead the operations, strategic external partnership development, and identification of innovative funding opportunities to execute on The Jackson Laboratory’s new data science initiative.
Braun recently served as chief of presidential initiatives, leading the Laboratory’s Cube initiative, a bold multi-disciplinary effort to expand the capability to bridge human-mouse integrative genetics and genomics at scale for discovery of the underpinnings of disease. Her former leadership positions at JAX included chief information officer; senior director, genotyping and reproductive sciences; business unit manager for breeding services; and product development manager.
Prior to joining the Laboratory in 2007, Braun held scientist positions in biotechnology advancing cancer vaccines and immunotherapeutics at Corixa Corporation and at Seattle Genetics. Braun holds a BA in biological sciences from Cornell University, a Ph.D. in Genetics from the University of Washington, Seattle, and an MBA with advanced study in healthcare from the Yale School of Management.