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  Issue Date First Author Title  
52-3 7/30/2015 José E. Capó-Aponte, OD, PhD Effects of repetitive low-level blast exposure on visual systems and ocular structures  
52-2 7/28/2015 Grace L. Tsan, OD Assessment of diabetic teleretinal imaging program at the Portland Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center  
51-7 5/18/2015 David X. Cifu, MD Effects of hyperbaric oxygen on eye tracking abnormalities in males after mild traumatic brain injury  
51-4 4/9/2015 Senthil N. S. Kumar, MSc Reliability, agreement, and validity of digital weighing scale with MatScan in limb load measurement  
51-4 4/8/2015 Gregory L. Goodrich, PhD Visual function, traumatic brain injury, and posttraumatic stress disorder  
51-4 4/9/2015 Senthil N. S. Kumar, MSc Reliability, agreement, and validity of digital weighing scale with MatScan in limb load measurement  
51-2 3/23/2015 Preethi Thiagarajan, BS Optom, MS, PhD Effect of oculomotor rehabilitation on accommodative responsivity in mild traumatic brain injury  
51-1 2/23/2015 M. Teresa Magone, MD Chronic visual dysfunction after blast-induced mild traumatic brain injury  
50-9 2/23/2015 Hugo Senra, PhD Depression and experience of vision loss in group of adults in rehabilitation setting: Mixed-methods pilot study  
50-9 2/20/2015 Preethi Thiagarajan, BS Optom, MS, PhD Effect of oculomotor rehabilitation on vergence responsivity in mild traumatic brain injury  
50-8 1/22/2015 Helena Chacón-López, PhD Visual training and emotional state of people with retinitis pigmentosa  
50-6 1/14/2014 Gregory L. Goodrich, PhD Development of a mild traumatic brain injury-specific vision screening protocol: A Delphi study  
50-6 12/19/2013 Alexander K. Ommaya, ScD Opportunities in rehabilitation research  
  Issue Date At a Glance First Author Title
50-2 4/23/2013 At a Glance Deepan C. Kamaraj, MD Acute mountain sickness in athletes with neurological impairments
49-9 1/7/2013 At a Glance José E. Capé-Aponte, OD, PhD Effectiveness of computerized oculomotor vision screening in a military population: Pilot study
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Dora Szymanowicz, OD, MS Vergence in mild traumatic brain injury: A pilot study
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Ryan Bulson, OD, MS, FAAO Visual symptomatology and referral patterns for Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom veterans with traumatic brain injury
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Gabrielle H. Saunders, PhD Blast exposure and dual sensory impairment: An evidence review and integrated rehabilitation approach
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Terri K. Pogoda, PhD Multisensory impairment reported by veterans with and without mild traumatic brain injury history
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD Guest Editorial: Sensory and communication disorders in traumatic brain injury
49-7 10/24/2012 At a Glance Kristen Barlow-Ogden, MA Mild traumatic brain injury and posttraumatic stress disorder: Investigation of visual attention in Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom veterans
49-6 8/23/2012 At a Glance Ahmed Khattab, PhD Subjective visual vertical perception and sense of smell in Parkinson disease
49-3 4/26/2012 At a Glance Dae Shik Kim, PhD Impact of adding artificially generated alert sound to hybrid electric vehicles on their detectability by pedestrians who are blind
49-2 4/4/2012 At a Glance Rose Marie Rine, PT, PhD New portable tool to screen vestibular and visual functionNational Institutes of Health Toolbox initiative
49-1 2/16/2012 At a Glance Vinod Sharma, PhD Clinical evaluation of semiautonomous smart wheelchair architecture (Drive-Safe System) with visually impaired individuals
48-9 11/21/2011 At a Glance Patricia Grant, MS Effect of depression on actual and perceived effects of reading rehabilitation for people with central vision loss
48-7 8/31/2011 At a Glance Rosalie H. Wang, PhD, BSc (OT) Usability testing of multimodal feedback interface and simulated collision-avoidance power wheelchair for long-termcare home residents with cognitive impairments
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Dawn M. Guthrie, PhD Reliability of standardized assessment for adults who are deafblind
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Edmund F. LoPresti, PhD Performance testing of collision-avoidance system for power wheelchairs
48-5 6/9/2011 At a Glance Isaline C. J. M. Eyssen, MSc, OT Responsiveness of the Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
47-7 10/19/2010 At a Glance Leonardo Ciocca, DDS, PhD New protocol for construction of eyeglasses-supported provisional nasal prosthesis using CAD/CAM techniques
47-3 5/6/2010 At a Glance Dae Shik Kim, PhD Analysis of user characteristics related to drop-off detection with long cane
47-3 5/6/2010 At a Glance Wesley Green, MS Accommodation in mild traumatic brain injury
47-2 4/15/2010 At a Glance Edward Bell, PhD, CRC, NOMC Competitive employment for consumers who are legally blind:
A 10-year retrospective study
46-8 1/26/2010   Parivash Ranjbar, PhD Vibrotactile identification of signal-processed sounds from environmental events
46-6 11/23/2009   Michael S. Jaffee, MD Acute clinical care and care coordination for traumatic brain injury within Department of Defense
46-6 11/23/2009   Joel Kupersmith, MD Traumatic brain injury research state-of-the-art conference
46-6 11/23/2009   Joshua D. Halbauer, MD Neuropsychiatric diagnosis and management of chronic sequelae of war-related mild to moderate traumatic brain injury
46-6 11/23/2009   Glenn C. Cockerham, MD Eye and visual function in traumatic brain injury
46-6 11/23/2009   Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD Auditory and visual impairments in patients with blast-related traumatic brain injury: Effect of dual sensory impairment on Functional Independence Measure
46-6 11/23/2009   Paul Wehman, PhD Community integration: Current issues in cognitive and vocational rehabilitation for individuals with ABI
46-5 10/13/2009   Rebecca I. Spain, MD Thickness of retinal nerve fiber layer correlates with disease duration in parallel with corticospinal tract dysfunction in untreated multiple sclerosis
45-9 1/1/2008   Andrew J. Rentschler, PhD Clinical evaluation of Guido robotic walker
45-8 1/1/2008   Ellen Costello, PT, PhD Update on falls prevention for community-dwelling older adults: Review of single and multifactorial intervention programs
45-8 1/1/2008   Christopher T. Ray, PhD, ATC, CSCS Review of intrinsic factors related to fall risk in individuals with visual impairments
45-7 1/1/2008   Mathieu Carignan, OT(C), MSc Content validity of a home-based person-environment interaction assessment tool for visually impaired adults
45-6 1/1/2008   Rolf W. Nygaard, PhD Models of reading performance in older adults with normal age-related vision
45-4 1/1/2008   Sherri L. Smith, PhD Prevalence and characteristics of dual sensory impairment (hearing and vision) in a veteran population
45-4 1/1/2008   Brad E. Dicianno, MD Acute mountain sickness in disability and adaptive sports: Preliminary data
45-1 1/1/2008   Craig A. Chin, PhD Integrated electromyogram and eye-gaze tracking cursor control system for computer users with motor disabilities
45-1 1/1/2008   Richard C. Simpson, PhD, ATP How many people would benefit from a smart wheelchair?
44-7 1/1/2007   Treven C. Pickett, PsyD Objectively assessing balance deficits after TBI: Role of computerized posturography
44-7 1/1/2007   Gregory L. Goodrich, PhD Visual function in patients of a polytrauma rehabilitation center:A descriptive study
44-4 1/1/2007   Carolyn Ihrig, OD Acquired Monocular Vision Rehabilitation program
44-3 1/1/2007   Gislin Dagnelie, PhD The state of visual prostheticsHype or promise?
44-3 1/1/2007   Tatiana A. Kaminsky, MS, OTR Virtual cues and functional mobility of people with Parkinsons disease: A single-subject pilot study
43-6 9/1/2006   John C. Townsend, OD, FAAO Vision rehabilitation: Current research activities helping to meet needs of veterans with visual impairments
43-6 9/1/2006   Hao Wang, MS, MD Migration and proliferation of retinal pigment epithelium on extracellular matrix ligands
43-6 9/1/2007   Machelle T. Pardue, PhD Status of the feline retina 5 years after subretinal implantation
43-6 9/1/2007   Joan A. Stelmack, OD, MPH Timing and directions for administration of questionnaires affect outcomes measurement
43-6 9/1/2007   Paul R. Conlin, MD Framework for a national teleretinal imaging program to screen for diabetic retinopathy in Veterans Health Administration patients
43-6 9/1/2007   George T. Timberlake, PhD Retinal locus for scanning text
43-6 9/1/2007   Gale R. Watson, MEd, CLVT Effects of preferred retinal locus placement on text navigation and development of advantageous trained retinal locus
43-6 9/1/2007   Michael D. Williams, PhD Recognition distance of pedestrian traffic signals by individuals with low vision
43-6 9/1/2007   Mark Brennan, PhD Longitudinal associations between dual sensory impairment and everyday competence among older adults
43-6 9/1/2007   Judith L. Babcock-Parziale, PhD Historical perspective on the development of outcomes measures for low-vision and blind rehabilitation in the Department of Veterans Affairs
43-6 9/1/2007   Paul R. Conlin, MD Nonmydriatic teleretinal imaging improves adherence to annual eye examinations in patients with diabetes
43-4 7/1/2006   John Gardner, PhD My vision
43-3 5/1/2006   Anna M. Barrett, MD Monocular patching in subjects with right-hemisphere stroke affects perceptual-attentional bias
43-2 3/1/2006   Andrew F. Conn Basketball for the blindA key step in developing navigational skills
42-4 7/1/2005   Judi Babcock-Parziale, PhD Evaluating psychometric properties of a clinical and a self-report blind
rehabilitation outcome measure
42-4 7/1/2005   Rickilyn M. Mancil, MA Improving nighttime mobility in persons with night blindness caused by
retinitis pigmentosa: A comparison of two low-vision mobility devices
42-4 7/1/2005   Gale R. Watson, MEd, CLVT Comparison of low-vision reading with spectacle-mounted magnifiers
42-3 5/1/2005   Terry Graham, EdD Guest Editorial: Adult rehabilitation training programs and support services: A collaborative, person-centered approach
42-3 5/1/2005   Zhiheng Xu, MS Tracking retinal motion with a scanning laser ophthalmoscope
42-2 3/1/2005   Gerald Goldstein, PhD Rehabilitation during alcohol detoxication in comorbid neuropsychiatric patients
42-2 3/1/2005   John W. Piefer Guest Editorial: Mobile wireless technologies for rehabilitation and independence
41-5 9/1/2004   Devora Lieberman, MD Visual and hearing impairment in elderly patients hospitalized for rehabilitation following hip fracture
41-5 9/1/2004   Joan A. Stelmack, OD, MPH Is there a standard of care for eccentric viewing training?
41-3a 5/1/2004   Thomas Kuyk, PhD Mobility function in older veterans improves after blind rehabilitation
41-3a 5/1/2004   Janet P. Szlyk, PhD Relationship of retinal structural and clinical vision parameters to driving performance of diabetic retinopathy patients
41-3a 5/1/2004   Ryan M. Smith, BSEE Image-shifting optics for a nystagmus treatment device
41-3a 5/1/2004   Ryan M. Smith, BSEE Application of adaptive filters to visual testing and treatment in acquired pendular nystagmus
41-3a 5/1/2004   William Seiple, PhD Multidimensional visual field maps: Relationships among local psychophysical and local electrophysiological measures
41-2 3/1/2004   Sandra R. Montezuma, MD Differential recovery of the electroretinogram, visually evoked cortical potential, and electrically evoked cortical potential following vitrectomy: Implications for acute testing o
41-2 3/1/2004   Joan Stelmack, OD; Use of Rasch person-item map in exploratory data analysis: A clinical perspective
40-4 7/1/2003   Ivonne McDowell VAs national rehabilitation special events: Therapy at its best.
39-6s 11/1/2002   Robert W. Mann, ScD, Engineering design education and rehabilitation engineering
39-4 7/1/2002   Janet P. Szlyk, PhD Driving performance in patients with mild to moderate glaucomatous clinical vision changes
39-3 5/1/2002   Joni Stoker Yates, MPH, PT Falls in community-dwelling stroke survivors: An accumulated impairments model
39-3 5/1/2002   Alan Y. Chow, MD Subretinal implantation of semiconductor-based photodiodes: Durability of novel implant designs
38-4 7/1/2001   Conor P. Kleweno, BS The virtual retinal display as a low-vision computer interface: a pilot study
38-2 3/1/2001   Erik Borg, MD, PhD A three-microphone system for real-time directional analysis: towards a device for environmental monitoring in deaf-blind
38-2 3/1/2001   Erik Borg, MD, PhD Vibratory coded directional analysis: evaluation of a three-microphone/four-vibrator DSP system
38-1 1/1/2001   P. Hunter Peckham, PhD Restoration of function: Current challenges and future opportunities through electrical stimulation
38-1 1/1/2001   Rolf W. Nygaard, PhD SLO power calibration
38-1 1/1/2001   Rolf W. Nygaard, PhD SLO radiant power and brightness
37-6 11/1/2000   Gerard Lacey, BAI, MA, PhD User involvement in the design and evaluation of a smart mobility aid
37-5 9/1/2000   Denice J. Laderman, MS A curriculum for training patients with peripheral visual field loss to use bioptic amorphic lenses
37-1 1/1/2000   Janet P. Szlyk, PhD Measuring the Effectiveness of Bioptic Telescopes for Persons with Central Vision Loss
36-4 10/1/1999   Vincent K. Ramsey, MS A biomechanical evaluation of visually impaired persons' gait and long-cane mechanics
36-4 10/1/1999   William R. De l'Aune, PhD Outcome assessment of the rehabilitation of the visually impaired
36-4 10/1/1999   Thomas Kuyk, PhD Visual factors and mobility in persons with age-related macular degeneration
36-4 10/1/1999   Steven La Grow, EdD The use of the Sonic Pathfinder as a secondary mobility aid for travel in business environments: a single-subject design
36-4 10/1/1999   William Crandall, PhD Remote infrared signage evaluation for transit stations and intersections
36-4 10/1/1999   Donald C. Fletcher, MD Relative locations of macular scotomas near the PRL: effect on low vision reading
36-4 10/1/1999   Neal S. Peachey, PhD Subretinal implantation of semiconductor-based photodiodes: Progress and challenges
36-4 10/1/1999   Bruce B. Blasch, PhD Low Vision and Blindness
36-4 10/1/1999   Daniel H. Ashmead, PhD Auditory perception of walls via spectral variations in the ambient sound field
36-4 10/1/1999   Ronald A. Schuchard, PhD Characteristics of AMD patients with low vision receiving visual rehabilitation
36-4 10/1/1999   Gregg C. Vanderheiden, PhD Impact of digital miniaturization and networked topologies on access to next generation telecommunication by people with visual disabilities
36-1 1/1/1999   Robert W. Mann, ScD Reflections on a half century as we approach the millennium
35-4 10/1/1998   Paul Bach-y-Rita, MD Form perception with a 49-point electrotactile stimulus array on the tongue: A technical note
31-4 11/1/1994   D. Gareth Evans, BSc Voice output reader for displays on video cassette recorders and other domestic products
31-3 8/1/1994   David L. Jaffe, MSE Evolution of mechanical fingerspelling hands for people who are deaf-blind
29-3 9/1/1992   Sujoy K. Guha, MTech, MS, PhD, MBBS Computer as a group teaching aid for persons who are blind
29-2 5/1/1992   Malek Adjouadi, PhD A man-machine vision interface for sensing the environment
28-2 5/1/1991   Andrew Y. J. Szeto, PhD Audible pedestrian traffic signals: Part 3. Detectability
25-4 11/1/1988   D. F. Leotta Preliminary results of speech-reception tests obtained with the
synthetic Tadoma system
22-3 9/1/1985   David W. Hilsop, PhD Text-scanning patterns of blind readers
using Optacon and braille
22-3 9/1/1985   Seldon P. Todd, JR. Special Articles : Visual Impairments and Sensory Aids
17-1 4/1/1980   Moshe Solomonow, PhD Electrotactile Stimulation Relevant to Sensory-Motor Rehabilitation: A Progress Report
16-1 4/1/1979   John Lyman, PhD Muscle Alone is Not Enough - An Essay
14-1 4/1/1977   Glendon C. Smith, PE Research and Development in the Field of Reading Machines for the Blind
14-1 4/1/1977   Nancy C. Darling A Preliminary Followup Study of Electronic Travel Aid Users
14-1 4/1/1977   Aaron Kleiner A Description of the Kurzweil Reading Machine and a Status Report on Its Testing and Dissemination