Jordin Shelley is a clinical research assistant working in the Trauma Research department at Baylor Scott & White Health. She has been with the department since the summer of 2015.
Jordin graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in Biology in May 2017 and has aspirations to attend medical school. She is currently enrolled in a post-baccalaureate Biomedical Sciences program at the University of Texas at Dallas and continues to work in the Trauma Research department. She is interested in studying the psychological effects of trauma as well as investigating ways to improve health outcomes for patients clinically.
Jordin has worked on studies investigating the readmission trends of trauma patients in Dallas-Fort Worth, the relationship between psychological conditions like PTSD and depression, and trauma patient outcomes. She also is involved in exploring interventions for to reduce trauma patient readmission and secondary stress in physicians, as well as some other interventions.
Jordin also enjoys volunteering weekly with the Animal Assisted Therapy Program taking therapy dogs to visit patients.