Rusk Rehabilitation 4th Annual Research Symposium

Thursday, April 26, 2018

NYU Langone Health
Alumni Hall B and Breezeway Hall
550 1st Avenue
New York, NY 10016

RSVP: email Safia.Khan@nyumc.org to register for this free event..

NYU Langone Health’s Rusk Rehabilitation is hosting its fourth annual research symposium featuring several renowned speakers, including Michael L. Boninger, MD, Vice Chair for Research in the Department of PM&R, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh.

Dr. Boninger, a leader in shaping rehabilitation medicine’s role in the changing world of healthcare, is this year’s recipient of the Rusk Award for Leadership and Innovation in PM&R.

Our own researchers will share information on advances being made at Rusk. Poster sessions will run throughout the day, with more than 65 exhibits, and presentations will take place on a variety of rehabilitation medicine topics.

List of topics and speakers, and planned agenda for the event:

9:00-9:30 AM    Registration
9:30-9:45 AM   Welcome from Chair, Vice-Chair of Research, and introduction of Awardee

                        Steven Flanagan, MD, Chair, Rusk Rehabilitation
                        Preeti Raghavan, MD, Vice-Chair of Rehabilitation Research

Awardee: Michael L Boninger MD, Vice Chair for research in the department of PM&R, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh.

9:45-10:45am    Keynote Address

The Hype and Hope of Assistive Technology
Michael L. Boninger, MD

10:45-11:00am    Break

11:00-noon    Presentations

11:00-11:15    Head Mounted Displays for Contextual Sensory Integration
Anat Lubetzky, PT, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, New York University
    
11:15-11:30    Digital Cardiac Rehabilitation for Older Adults: A Pilot at NYU Langone Health
John A. Dodson, MD, MPH, FACC, Assistant Professor, Medicine and Population Health, Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

11:30-11:45    Subjective and Objective Fall-Related Factors and Dual-Task Performance in Older Adults: Implications for Rehabilitation
Chelsea Schoen, PhD, Rusk Advanced Rehabilitation Research Training Postdoctoral Fellow

11:45-12:00    The Impact of Residual Limb Shape and Dermatoses on Prosthetic Performance and Enablement
Michael Juszczak, Research Coordinator

Noon-1:00         Lunch

1:00-2:00 PM    Presentations

1:00-1:15    Post-Traumatic Neurodegeneration: Knowns and Unknowns
Kristen Dams O’Connor (Mount Sinai), Associate Professor, Director of the Brain Injury Research Center, Departments of Rehabilitation Medicine & Neurology, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

1:15-1:30    Do Dyspnea Scores Predict Exacerbation Risk in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease?
Anna Norweg, PhD, OTR

1:30-1:45    Is There Really Coordination Between the Eye and Hand
                          John-Ross Rizzo, MD, MSCI, Assistant Professor, Departments of Rehabilitation Medicine, Neurology, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (Associate)

1:45-2:00 PM     Poster Snapshots (3 min presentations)

2:00-3:00 PM     Poster Session

3:00 PM             Adjourn