Dr. Jacqueline Lane is a human geneticist trained in sleep and circadian rhythms. Her research interests lie in the area of genetics of sleep and circadian rhythms, particularly in addressing questions of circadian health to improve human metabolic health using human genetics with an eye towards inclusion and diversity. She is an Instructor in the Department of Anethesia, Critical Care, and Pain Management along with the Center for Genomic Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. Jackie is also a Claflin Distinguished Scholar and the recipient of the Outstanding Early Investigation Award from the Sleep Research Society.
Positions and Affiliations
- Massachusetts General Hospital, Instructor, Massachusetts, USA