Jeremy D. Cohen, Ph.D.
Jeremy Cohen, PhD is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Xavier University of Louisiana. He is also the Director of the Neuroscience Program within the Department of Psychology. Dr. Cohen completed undergraduate studies in Cell and Molecular Biology at Tulane University. He continued his studies at Tulane University, where he graduated with a PhD in Neuroscience. His graduate work focused on studying brain anatomy related to persistent developmental stuttering. Dr. Cohen went on to complete fellowship training in Stanford University in the Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research within the Psychiatry Department at the Stanford School of Medicine. At Stanford University his research focused on brain structure and functional substrates of anxiety and depression in developmental populations. His current focus is structural and functional brain networks related to emotion, autonomic function, and self-awareness. Dr. Cohen has won many awards including a National Institutes of Mental Health Research Fellowship, and the Robert Sharp Scholarship at Tulane University. He was a recipient of a Louisiana Board of Regents Grant recipient in support of his graduate studies at Tulane University. Dr. Cohen has mentored and trained many under-graduate and post-graduate students.
Cohen JD, Smith T, Thompson K, Collins A, Knaus TA, Tager-Flusberg H. Altered Anterior Insular Asymmetry in Pre-Teen and Adolescent Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Annals of Behavioral Neuroscience. 2018; 1(1): 24-35.
Eskine, KE, Hammer, EY, LJ, Gramlich, CA, Cohen, J, Schulte-Gipson. Best first-class practices: A replication. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. 2017; 11(1) 1-6.
Cohen, JD. The Importance of Teaching Neuroscience Research at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Journal of College Science Teaching. 2016; 43(1), 8-9.
Cohen JD, Nichols T, Keller J, Gomez RG, Schatzberg AF, Reiss AL. Insular Cortex Abnormalities in Psychotic Major Depression: Relationship to Gender and Symptoms. Neuroscience Research, 2013; 75(4): 331-339.