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Jeremy’s interest in
behavioral and brain sciences started as an undergrad at the University of
Pennsylvania, where he did research related to ASD. After college, Jeremy
pursued his interest in brain imaging as a research coordinator in the Stanford
Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience Lab. Here at UD, Jeremy’s interests include
using clinical and imaging methodologies to study the development and treatment
of affective disorders.
B.A. in Neuroscience,
University of Pennsylvania
Rudoler, J., Chen, L., Chang, H., Rosenberg-Lee M., Adair, E., Menon, V. (March 2019). Learning to believe: Behavioral and neurobiological evidence on cognitive training supporting growth mindset in children. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.
Rudoler, J., Wang, L. A., Pandey, J., Maldarelli, J. E., Vanderwal, T., Miller, J., Schultz, R. T., McCleery, J. P. (May 2017). Electroencephalographic examination of resting state neural oscillatory activity in young children with autism spectrum disorder. International Society for Autism Research, San Francisco, California.
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