Jared M. SaletinAssistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (Research)
Jared Saletin received his undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University and his doctorate in Psychology, with a focus on cognitive neuroscience, from the University of California at Berkeley. From 2014-2016 he was a postdoctoral research fellow in Brown's T32 training program in Child Mental Health. His research aims to better understand how sleep shapes brain function in children suffering from neurobehavioral disorders such as ADHD, with the ultimate goal of improving outcomes in such youngsters. Within the context of child psychiatry, his research combines state-of-the-art cognitive neuroscience techniques (EEG, fMRI) with the gold-standard tools of sleep research to elucidate the mechanisms which underlie clinical dysfunction.
K01MH109854: “The interaction of brain structure and sleep neurophysiology in regulating the neural substrates of inattention symptoms in pediatric ADHD.” Role: PI. Dates of Project: 09/14/2016 - 08/31/2020.