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John Ross Rizzo

Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology

Director Visuomotor Integration Laboratory

Contact Info

Address
240 East 38th Street
New York, NY 10016

17828
JohnRoss.Rizzo@nyumc.org


Mobile Universal Lexicon Evaluation System (MULES) test: A new measure of rapid picture naming for concussion
Cobbs, Lucy; Hasanaj, Lisena; Amorapanth, Prin; Rizzo, John-Ross; Nolan, Rachel; Serrano, Liliana; Raynowska, Jenelle; Rucker, Janet C; Jordan, Barry D; Galetta, Steven L; Balcer, Laura J. Mobile Universal Lexicon Evaluation System (MULES) test: A new measure of rapid picture naming for concussion. Journal of the neurological sciences. 2016 Nov 4;372:393-398 (2310992)

Rapid number naming in chronic concussion: eye movements in the King-Devick test
Rizzo, John-Ross; Hudson, Todd E; Dai, Weiwei; Birkemeier, Joel; Pasculli, Rosa M; Selesnick, Ivan; Balcer, Laura J; Galetta, Steven L; Rucker, Janet C. Rapid number naming in chronic concussion: eye movements in the King-Devick test. Annals of clinical & translational neurology. 2016 Oct;3:801-811 (2279262)

Objectifying eye movements during rapid number naming: Methodology for assessment of normative data for the King-Devick test
Rizzo, John-Ross; Hudson, Todd E; Dai, Weiwei; Desai, Ninad; Yousefi, Arash; Palsana, Dhaval; Selesnick, Ivan; Balcer, Laura J; Galetta, Steven L; Rucker, Janet C. Objectifying eye movements during rapid number naming: Methodology for assessment of normative data for the King-Devick test. Journal of the neurological sciences. 2016 Mar 15;362:232-239 (2009172)

Effect of blocking tactile information from the fingertips on adaptation and execution of grip forces to friction at the grasping surface
Bilaloglu, Seda; Lu, Ying; Geller, Daniel; Rizzo, John-Ross; Aluru, Viswanath; Gardner, Esther P; Raghavan, Preeti. Effect of blocking tactile information from the fingertips on adaptation and execution of grip forces to friction at the grasping surface. Journal of neurophysiology. 2016 Mar;115(3):1122-1131 jn.00639.2015 (1877612)

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 ;86(16):- (2096572)