Jessica Jordan

Software Developer, BioJS

I am a web developer within Manuel Corpas's team at the Earlham Institute, working on the development of components and resources around BioJS - a JavaScript component library for the visualisation of biological data. I gained a MSc in Genome-based Systems Biology at the University Bielefeld, Germany, and soon after started my career as a front-end developer building websites and user interfaces for clients. Developing expertise in UI optimisation and A/B testing stemming from my work experience in industry, I aim to make the interfaces for BioJS resources shine.

I'm a huge fan of Ember.js and like to mentor and learn together with others about modern web technologies. I am also a comic enthusiast and ambitious cherry streusel cake baker.