John Medaglia

Research Assistant Professor

B.S. Psychology, Drexel University

M.S. Clinical Psychology, Pennsylvania State University

PhD. Clinical Psychology, Pennsylvania State University

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Research Interests: 
Quantification of network properties and associated cognitive control
Individualized brain stimulation treatments
Prediction and classification of cognitive phenotypes using network techniques
Control theory

Our current work focuses on robust network modeling and prediction for the use of transcaranial magnetic stimulation in experimental and clinical paradigms.


Selected Publications: 


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

Gu, S., Satterthwaite, T.D., Medaglia, J.D.,  Gur, R.E., Gur, R.C., Bassett, D.S. (In press). Emergence of System Roles in Normative Neurodevelopment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Gu, S., Pasqualetti, F., Cieslak, M., Telesford, Q., Yu, A., Kahn, A., Medaglia, J.D., Vettel, J., Miller, M., Grafton, S.T., &  Bassett, D.S. (2015). Controllability of Structural Brain Networks. Nature Communications, 6, 8114.

Medaglia, J.D., VanKirk, K.K., Oswald, C.B., & Church, L.W.P. (2015). Interdisciplinary Differential Diagnosis and Care of a Patient with Atypical Delusional Parasitosis due to early HIV-related Dementia. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 29(4): 559-569.

Medaglia, J.D., McAleavey, A.A., Rostami, S., Slocomb, J. & Hillary, F.G. (2015). Modeling distinct imaging hemodynamics early after TBI: the relationship between signal amplitude and connectivity. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 9(2): 285-301.

Medaglia, J.D., Chiou, K.S., Slocomb, J., Fitzpatrick, N.M., Wardecker, B.M.,Ramanathan, D., Vesek, J., Good, D.C., & Hillary, F.G. (2012). The less BOLD, the wiser: support for latent resource hypothesis after neurotrauma. Human Brain Mapping, 33(4), 979-993.


Laboratory for Cognition and Neural Stimulation (