Jessica Goldstein, MD

Associate Professor,

Jessica Goldstein

Contact Info

golds502@umn.edu

Office Phone Clinic: 612-365-6777

Administrative Assistant Name
Hope Amundsen

Administrative Phone
612-621-1454

Administrative Email
amund579@umn.edu

Associate Professor


MD, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 2008

Pediatrics, University Hospitals (UH) Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, 2011

Child Neurology, UH Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, 2014

BA, Oberlin College, 2003

Summary

Jessica Goldstein, MD is a board-certified general pediatric neurologist and clinician educator. Dr. Goldstein earned a bachelor’s degree with highest honors in biology from Oberlin College and her medical doctorate from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Society. She completed residencies in general pediatrics and child neurology at Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. Her clinical interests include headache, demyelinating disease, neurodevelopmental disorders, care of complex neurological patients, and general pediatric neurology. She previously served as an associate program director for the pediatrics residency program at Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. Dr. Goldstein has a passion for medical education and education scholarship. She has a special interest in resident professional development, mentorship, scholarship, and exploring the effective use of technology in curriculum design.

Expertise

Medical Education, General Child Neurology

Awards & Recognition

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, Case Western Reserve University, 2008

Teacher of the Year, UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, 2017

Scholarship in Teaching Award, Case Western Reserve University, 2020

Academy Member, CWRU Academy of Scholar Educators, Inducted as member: 2020

A.B. Baker Teacher Recognition Award, American Academy of Neurology, 2020

Dennis M Landis Teaching Excellence Award, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, 2021

Research

Publications

1.Goldstein JH, Tim-Aroon T, Shieh J, Merrill M, Deeb KK, Zhang S, Bass NE, Bedoyan JK. Novel SMC1A frameshift mutations in children with developmental delay and epilepsy. European Journal of Medical Genetics. 2015 Sep 18;58(10):562-568. PMID: 26386245

2.A Lakhotia, H ElMoctar, J Goldstein. A Hidden Cause of Hemorrhage: Cavernous Venous Malformation. Pediatric Neurology. 2016; Dec; 65:100-101. PMID: 27712854

3.Waldrop M, Karingada C, Storey M, Powers B, Iammarino M, Miller N, Alfano L, Noritz G, Rossman I, Ginsberg M, Mosher K, Broomall E, Goldstein J, Bass N, Lowes L, Tsao C, Mendell J, Connolly A. Gene Therapy for Spinal Muscular Atrophy: Safety and Early Outcomes. Pediatrics. September 2020, 146 (3) e20200729; DOI:https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2020.0729

4.Pradhan S, Goldstein J, Frank E, Stephans A. Index of Suspicion: A young child with subacute onset of behavioral changes. Pediatrics in Review January 2021, 42 (Supplement 1) S117-S121; DOI:https://doi.org/10.1542/pir.2019-0291

Clinical

Board Certifications

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

American Board of Pediatrics