About Jeffrey N. Dileo, OMS IV

Jeffrey N. Dileo graduated Cum Laude from Temple University with a Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry. With an interest in medicine and neuroscience, his undergraduate research was focused in the field of neurovirology and, more specifically, the pathogenesis of HIV in the central nervous system. He furthered his academic studies by attending the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine where he was awarded membership to the Psi Sigma Alpha Honor society as well as a three-year, full tuition scholarship as an Academic Medicine Fellow. During his Fellowship, his research focused on the modulation of senile plaque formation in Alzheimer’s disease using novel therapeutics and results of his research was presented at National Conferences and was awarded second place at the American Osteopathic Association Research Symposium (2009). He also received a Student Fellowship Research Grant from the American Osteopathic Association to complete a project entitled “Short-Term Starvation and Human Fibroblast Contractility.” He is currently applying for a residency in Radiology with hopes to continue his research in the field of neuroradiology.