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John D. Medaglia

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Neurology
Department: Neurology

Contact information
Department of Psychology
Drexel University
BS (Psychology)
Drexel University, 2008.
MSc (Clinical Psychology)
The Pennsylvania State University, 2011.
PhD (Clinical Psychology)
The Pennsylvania State University, 2014.
Post-Graduate Training
Research Fellowship, Drexel University, 2007-2007.
Enhanced Graduate Scholar Fellowship, The Pennsylvania State University, 2008-2013.
Research Fellow/Visiting Scholar, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute / University of Pennsylvania, 2014-2016.
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Selected Publications

Medaglia, J.D., Pasqualetti, F., Hamilton, R.H., Thompson-Schill, S.L, Bassett, D.S. : Brain and Cognitive Reserve: Translation via Network Control Theory. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 75: 53-64, 2017.

Medaglia, J.D., Zurn, P., Sinnott-Armstrong, W. & Bassett, D.S.: Mind Control as a Guide for the Mind. Nature Human Behavior Page: 0119, 2017.

Baum, G.B., Roalf, D., Kahn, A., Medaglia, J.D., Ciric, R., Ruparel, K., Gur, R.E, Gur., R.C., Bassett, D.S., & Satterthwaite, T.S. : Confounds in Charting the Development of the Structural Connectome. Poster presentation at Human Brain Mapping, Geneva, Switzerland. June 2016.

Medaglia, J.D., Pasqualetti, F., Gu., S., Kable, J., Lerman, C., & Bassett, D.S. : Network Controllability as a mediation mechanism for cognitive control. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY. April 2016.

Betzel, R., Gu, S., Medaglia, J.D., Pasqualetti, F., Bassett., D.S.: Optimally controlling the human connectome: the role of network topology. Scientific Reports. 6, 2016.

Karuza, E. A., Balewski, Z. Z., Hamilton, R. H., Medaglia, J. D., Tardiff, N., & Thompson-Schill, S. L.: Mapping the parameter space of tDCS and cognitive control via manipulation of current polarity and intensity. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 2016.

Medaglia, J.D., Bassett, D.S., Hamilton, R.H., Pasqualetti, F., & Gu, S.: The Foundations and Repair of Cognitive Control in Human Brain Networks. Poster presented at the NIH High-Risk High-Reward Research Symposium, Bethesda, MD. December 2015.

Medaglia, J.D., Satterthwaite, T.S., Yang, M., Gu, S., Telesford, Q., Gur, R. C., Gur, R.E., and Bassett, D.S.: Brain State Flexibility Predicts Diverse Cognitive Functions During Critical Periods in Neurodevelopment. Poster presented at the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL October 2015.

Medaglia, J.D., Pasqualetti, F., Gu, S., Bassett, D.S. : Addressing Cognitive and Brain Reserve with Network Control Theory. Poster presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, Denver, CO. February 2015.

Medaglia, J.D., Lynall, M.E., & Bassett, D.S.: Cognitive Network Neuroscience. The Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27(8): 1471-1491, 2015.

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