Jane E. Schreiber, PhD
Jane E. Schreiber, PhD

Jane E. Schreiber, PhD

Assistant Member, St. Jude Faculty

  • Pediatric Neuropsychologist



BA – University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
MS – University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin
PhD – University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin

Research Interests

  • Neurobehavioral functioning in children with cancer and sickle cell disease
  • Mechanisms underlying neurodevelopmental change following treatment
  • Development of effective screening and intervention strategies to improve neurobehavioral outcomes

Selected Publications

Knight SJ, Conklin HM, Palmer SL, Schreiber JE, Armstrong CL, Wallace D, Bonner M, Swain MA, Chapieski L, Mabbott D, Boyle R, Zhang H, Huang Q, Anderson V, Gajjar A. Working memory abilities among children treated for medulloblastoma: A longitudinal study of parent report and performance. Journal of Pediatric Psychology March 12, 2014.

Schreiber JE, Gurney, JG, Palmer SL, Bass, JK, Chen S, Wang M, Zhang H, Swain M, Chapieski ML, Bonner MJ, Mabbott DJ, Knight S, Armstrong CL, Boyle R, Gajjar A. Examination of risk factors for intellectual and academic outcomes following treatment for pediatric medulloblastoma. Neuro-Oncology February 3, 2014.

Schreiber JE, Possin K, Girard JM, Rey-Casserly C. Executive Function in Children with ADHD: Utilization of the EXAMINER battery. Journal of the International Neuropsychology Society 20(1):41-51, 2014.

Palmer SL, Armstrong CL, Onar-Thomas A, Wu S, Wallace D, Bonner MJ, Schreiber J, Swain M, Chapieski L, Mabbott D, Knight S, Boyle R, Gajjar A. Processing Speed, attention and working memory after treatment for medulloblastoma: an international prospective and longitudinal study. Journal of Clinical Oncology 31(28):394-500, 2013.

Schreiber JE, Mrakotsky C. Cognitive and Emotional Functioning in Children with Recurrent Abdominal Pain. Journal of the International Neuropsychology Society 17(supple S1):50, 2011.

Lemery-Chalfant KS, Schreiber JE, Schmidt NL, Van Hulle CA, Essex MJ, Goldsmith HH. Assessing internalizing, externalizing, and attention problems in young children: Further validation of the MacArthur HBQ. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 46(10):1315-1323, 2007.

Schreiber JE, Shirtcliff EA, Van Hulle C, Lemery-Chalfant K, Klein M, Kalin N, Essex M, Goldsmith HH. Environmental influences on family similarity in afternoon cortisol levels: Twin and parent-offspring designs. Psychoneuroendocrinology 31:1131-1137, 2006.

Goldsmith HH, Van Hulle CA, Arneson CL, Schreiber JE, Gernsbacher MA. A population-based twin study of parentally reported tactile and auditory defensiveness in young children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 34:393-407, 2006.

Last update: May 2014