Jesse Bledsoe, PhD

Personal Statement

I am interested in how cognitive development and brain development are affected in children experiencing cancer and comorbid psychological disorders. My research interests include using structural neuroimaging and neuropsychological assessment methods to evaluate brain-behavior relationships and development. My clinical interests overlap with my research interests. I am a clinical neuropsychologist with the Seattle Children’s Neuropsychological Service and conduct neurocognitive evaluations with various pediatric populations including children with brain tumors, leukemia, and genetic disorders.
Training Programs

Recent Publications

Association Between Maternal Fluoride Exposure and Child IQ.
(2020 Feb 1)
JAMA Pediatr 174(2): 213
Bledsoe J, Breiger D, McKeever J

Differential trajectories of neurocognitive functioning in females versus males following treatment for pediatric brain tumors.
(2019 Oct 9)
Neuro Oncol 21(10): 1310-1318
Bledsoe JC, Breiger D, Breiger M, Shonka S, Ermoian RP, Ojemann JG, Werny DM, Leary SES, Geyer JR

An integrated feature ranking and selection framework for ADHD characterization.
(2016 Sep)
Brain Inform 3(3): 145-155
Xiao C, Bledsoe J, Wang S, Chaovalitwongse WA, Mehta S, Semrud-Clikeman M, Grabowski T

Diagnostic Classification of ADHD Versus Control: Support Vector Machine Classification Using Brief Neuropsychological Assessment.
(2020 Sep)
J Atten Disord 24(11): 1547-1556
Bledsoe JC, Xiao C, Chaovalitwongse A, Mehta S, Grabowski TJ, Semrud-Clikeman M, Pliszka S, Breiger D

Unique white matter microstructural patterns in ADHD presentations-a diffusion tensor imaging study.
(2016 Sep)
Hum Brain Mapp 37(9): 3323-36
Svatkova A, Nestrasil I, Rudser K, Goldenring Fine J, Bledsoe J, Semrud-Clikeman M

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