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Todd Hudson

Research Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine

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Todd.Hudson@nyumc.org


The ocular motor underpinnings of rapid number-naming as a sideline performance measure for concussion
Birkemeier, J; Hudson, T; Rizzo, J -R; Dai, W; Selesnick, I; Hasanaj, L; Balcer, L; Galetta, S; Rucker, J. The ocular motor underpinnings of rapid number-naming as a sideline performance measure for concussion [Meeting Abstract]. Neurology. 2016 05 Apr 2016;86(16):- (2096582)

Visual performance of non-native versus native english speakers on a sideline concussion screen: An objective look at eye movement recordings
Dempsey, K; Birkemeier, J; Hudson, T; Dai, W; Selesnick, I; Hasanaj, L; Balcer, L; Galetta, S; Rucker, J; Rizzo, J -R. Visual performance of non-native versus native english speakers on a sideline concussion screen: An objective look at eye movement recordings [Meeting Abstract]. Neurology. 2016 05 Apr 2016;86(16):- (2096592)

Capturing the efferent side of vision in multiple sclerosis: New data from a digitized rapid number naming task
Hainline, C; Rizzo, J -R; Hudson, T; Dai, W; Joel, B; Nolan, R; Hasanaj, L; Balcer, L; Galetta, S; Kister, I; Rucker, J. Capturing the efferent side of vision in multiple sclerosis: New data from a digitized rapid number naming task [Meeting Abstract]. Neurology. 2016 05 Apr 2016;86(16):- (2096572)

Rapid number naming and quantitative eye movements may reflect contact sport exposure in a collegiate ice hockey cohort
Hasanaj, L; Webb, N; Birkemeier, J; Serrano, L; Nolan, R; Raynowska, J; Souza-Filho, L; Hudson, T; Rizzo, J -R; Dai, W; Rucker, J; Galetta, S; Balcer, L. Rapid number naming and quantitative eye movements may reflect contact sport exposure in a collegiate ice hockey cohort [Meeting Abstract]. Neurology. 2016 05 Apr 2016;86(16):- (2096672)

Sinusoidal error perturbation reveals multiple coordinate systems for sensorymotor adaptation
Hudson, Todd E; Landy, Michael S. Sinusoidal error perturbation reveals multiple coordinate systems for sensorymotor adaptation. Vision research. 2016 Feb 5;119:82-98 (2059752)