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Jay Reidler is an undergraduate student in Harvard College, concentrating in Neurobiology. As a research assistant in the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab since the spring of 2005, he has studied the involvement of the amygdala and hippocampus in memory recognition, amyloid deposition and default network disruption in Alzheimer’s disease patients, and changes in brain networks across lifespan. His broader interests include understanding spontaneous activity of the brain during its resting state and disruption of this activity due to aging and Alzheimer’s disease. He has previously worked in the Hunterian Neurological Surgery Brain Tumor Laboratory at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, studying the efficacy of various chemotherapeutic, immunotherapeutic, and anti-angiogenic drugs.

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Alia Hdeib, B.S., Jay Reidler, Betty Tyler, B.A., Francesco DiMeco, M.D., Judith Vick, Justin Caplan, B.S., Justin Hanes, Ph.D., and Henry Brem, M.D. "Efficacy of controlled local delivery of IL-12 from polymer microspheres in a metastatic melanoma intracranial mouse model." American Association of Neurological Surgeons, San Francisco, CA, April 22-27, 2006.

William Pennant, Justin Caplan, B.S., Jay Reidler, Alia Hdeib, B.S., Gustavo Pradilla, M.D., Betty Tyler, B.A., and George Jallo, M.D. "20Gy radiotherapy prolongs paresis-free survival alone and in combination with locally delivered paclitaxel (OncoGel®) in an experimental rat intramedullary spinal cord tumor model." American Association of Neurological Surgeons, San Francisco, CA, April 22-27, 2006.

Alia Hdeib, B.S., Betty Tyler, B.A., Federico Legnani, M.D., Justin Caplan, B.S., Jay Reidler, Francesco DiMeco, M.D., Justin Hanes, Ph.D., and Henry Brem, M.D. "Efficacy of locally delivered IL-12 polymer microspheres in an experimental intracranial 9L gliosarcoma rat model. American Association of Neurological Surgeons, San Francisco, CA, April 22-27, 2006.