Dr. Hadlock’s research aim is to accelerate understanding of transitions between wellness and disease. Her lab focuses on developing models based on high-fidelity longitudinal observations of multiomics, phenotype, exposures and patient experience. Current areas of research include immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, chronic multimorbidities and maternal/fetal health, as well as improving machine learning methods for supporting translational systems medicine.
She received her MD at the University of Washington School of Medicine in 2015, including training in the Rural/Urban Underserved Pathway. Prior to that, she was a Principal Software Engineer in research and development at Microsoft, analyzing and optimizing end-user quality for natural language processing, geographic information systems and real-time digital imaging. She successfully led numerous teams working on technologies that have been used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
Medical informatics, machine learning, immune-mediated inflammatory disease, maternal/fetal health
MD, University of Washington School of Medicine
BS Computing and Software Systems, University of Washington
BS Mathematics, Geographic Information Systems, University of Oregon