Jeremy Tanner, MD

Behavioral Neurology Clinical Fellow
+1 415 353-2273

Motivated after helping to care for a family member with Alzheimer’s disease, Jeremy studied neuroscience at the University of Southern California as an undergraduate. He then obtained his medical degree and a master’s degree in public health from Johns Hopkins. There he was involved in dementia care coordination and Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis research, and he completed the Sommer Scholar public health leadership program. He subsequently completed neurology residency training at UCSF, during which he joined Dr. Gil Rabinovici’s lab at the Memory and Aging Center to study multimodal PET imaging in Alzheimer’s disease. He is currently a Behavioral Neurology Fellow at the Memory and Aging Center. His current research interests include earlier diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, amyloid-beta-related angiitis, and improving dementia care internationally.   

Publications: 

Relationship Between Tau and Cognition in the Evolution of Alzheimer's Disease: New Insights from Tau PET.

Journal of nuclear medicine : official publication, Society of Nuclear Medicine

Tanner JA, Rabinovici GD

Incorporating students into clinic may be associated with both improved clinical productivity and educational value.

Neurology. Clinical practice

Tanner JA, Rao KT, Salas RE, Strowd RE, Nguyen AM, Kornbluh A, Mead-Brewer E, Gamaldo CE

Altered Neural Activity during Semantic Object Memory Retrieval in Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment as Measured by Event-Related Potentials.

Journal of Alzheimer's disease : JAD

Chiang HS, Mudar RA, Pudhiyidath A, Spence JS, Womack KB, Cullum CM, Tanner JA, Eroh J, Kraut MA, Hart J

A randomized controlled trial of a community-based dementia care coordination intervention: effects of MIND at Home on caregiver outcomes.

The American journal of geriatric psychiatry : official journal of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry

Tanner JA, Black BS, Johnston D, Hess E, Leoutsakos JM, Gitlin LN, Rabins PV, Lyketsos CG, Samus QM

Glutamatergic neurons in rodent models respond to nanoscale particulate urban air pollutants in vivo and in vitro.

Environmental health perspectives

Morgan TE, Davis DA, Iwata N, Tanner JA, Snyder D, Ning Z, Kam W, Hsu YT, Winkler JW, Chen JC, Petasis NA, Baudry M, Sioutas C, Finch CE