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About Michael B Russo, MD

Doctor Russo Is Here to Help You

At Honolulu Neuroscience Clinic we listen carefully to each patient. We believe that making the correct diagnosis is the key to successful treatment. We believe in finding the pathway to improved health, and walking that path hand-in-hand with each patient. We use the Electrical Geodesics Dense-Array Electro-encephalograph (DEEG) with 128 channels to identify electrocortical dysfunction.

You Are in Good Hands

Dr. Russo cares for your needs, and his credentials show his dedication. Take a look at his resume to see what he has done:
CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME: Michael Brian Russo, MD, FS, FAAN, FAASM, FAsMA
- Fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP)
- Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology (FAAN)
- Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (FAASM)
- Fellow of the Aerospace Medical Association (FAsMA)

DOB: 6 January 1959, Manhattan, New York                             

EDUCATION: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ - AB Geology (1977 Aug - 1981 June) 
                        The Chicago Medical School, North Chicago, IL - MD (1982 Aug - 1986 June)

POST GRADUATE TRAINING:
Internship - Psychiatry, New York Medical College – Metropolitan Hospital Center (1986 Sept - 1987 June)

Residency - Neurology, NYU – Bellevue Medical Center; National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, UK; National Institutes of Health, Intramural Epilepsy Program; Manhattan Veteran’s Hospital (1990 July - 1993 June)

Fellowship - Sleep Neurophysiology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research - Division of Neuropsychiatry (1997 Dec – 1999 Dec)

MILITARY EDUCATION:
Flight Surgeon Primary Course (2003)
Medical Strategic Leadership Program (2002) 
Medical Care of the Chemical and Biological Casualty (2001)
Command and General Staff College (2000)
AMEDD Officer Advanced Course (1995)
Advanced Trauma Life Support (1993)
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (1993)
Combat Casualty Care Course (1993)

LICENSES:
New York State (active, 174806)
Maryland (inactive) 
Hawaii (active) MD14968    
DEA: BR7254422    
Hawaii Narcotics Certificate: E09156   

BOARD CERTIFICATION:
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Certified in Neurology, November 1998, Certificate # 45967, Recertified November 2008
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Certified in Sleep Medicine, January 2008,   Certificate # 268

PRESENT POSITIONS: 
Medical Director and CEO, Michael B. Russo, MD, Inc.    
Founding Director, Honolulu Neuroscience Clinic
Founding Co-Director, Hawaii Sleep and Wellness Foundation
President and Medical Director, Hawaii Pacific DEEG
President Elect, Hawaii Neurological Society
               
PREVIOUS HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS:    
Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, HI, 2007-2011
121 Evacuation Hospital, Seoul, South Korea, 1993-1994
Brooke Army Medical Center, San Antonio, TX,1994-1996
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland, 1997-2000
Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C., 1998-2003
Lyster Army Hospital, Fort Rucker, Alabama, 2003-2007
    
MILITARY ASSIGNMENTS:
1987 July – 1988 June GMO, 98th General Hospital Emergency Dept, Nuremberg, Germany
1988 July – 1990 June Brigade Surgeon, 2nd BDE, 1st Armored Division, Erlangen, Germany  
1990 July – 1993 June Field Surgeon, 42nd Infantry Division, NYS Army National Guard, New York
1993 July – 1994 Aug Chief, Neurology, 121 Evacuation Hospital, Seoul, Korea 
1994 Sept – 1996 Aug Director Neuro Research, BAMC, Ft Sam Houston, TX   
1996 Sept – 1997 Dec GMO, Div Mental Health Officer, 1st Cavalry Division, Kuwait
1997 Dec – 1999 Dec Sleep Neurophysiology Fellowship, Division of Neuropsychiatry, WRAIR
2000 Jan – 2000 Feb Chief, Dept of Biomedical Assessment, Division of Neuropsychiatry, WRAIR
2000 Mar – 2000 Oct Commander, US Hospital and Medical Element, JTF – Bravo, Honduras
2000 Nov – 2003 July Director, Division Neuroscience, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
2003 Aug – 2005 June Director, Division Aircrew Health and Performance, US Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory and Chair, Medical Research and Materiel Command, Military Operational Medicine Cognitive Performance, Judgment, Decision-making Research Program
2005 July – 2007 Aug Senior Research Neurologist, U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory, Fort Rucker, AL; Program Manager, Congressionally-Directed EyeCom Research program
2007 Sept – Nov 2011 Medical Director for Research, Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii; Staff Physician, Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, Hawaii; Colonel, U.S Army Medical Corps, Retired 1 Dec 2011

COMMITTEE / ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIGNMENTS:
Program Manager
Saccadic Fatigue Measurement Research Program - Congressionally directed multiyear $2.5 million program to study the effects of fatigue on oculometric variables and correlations with cognition. (2000-2003)
Eye-Com Eye-Tracker Research Program - Congressionally directed multiyear multi-million program to study the relationships between eye-tracking, oculometric variables and correlations with cognition. (2005-2007)

Program Chair
Cognitive Performance, Judgment, Decision-making Research Program U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command, Fort Detrick, Maryland 
Multilab (USAARL, WRAIR, USARIEM) multiyear (2004 – 2006), interagency (FAA, NASA), triservice research program (approx $2 million/year)

Scientific Advisory Board
DoD Comprehensive Neurosciences Program: $4 million annual Congressional to advance operational neurology 
DoD Spinal Cord and Column Injury Center: $1 million annual Congressional to study, treat, and prevent spine injuries

US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command Laboratories 
WRAIR Branch Chief: Biomedical Assessment 1998-2000
WRAIR Division Director: Neurosciences, 2000-2003
USAARL Division Director: Aircrew Health and Performance, 2003-2005

GRANTS (only those over $200,000/year listed):
The US Army Sleep Management System - $1.7 million (1996-2000) DoD Congresionally Directed Medical Research Program

Mobile Pupillometer for Predicting Cognitive Failure – National Medical Technology Testbed - $250,000 (2001-2003)

Soldier-mounted Eye-tracker Research Program – Congressional Special interest. $5 million 

Protocols – Grant Principal or Associate Investigator (selected) – 
WRAIR
Sleep Dose Response Study $1.2 million 1996-1998
Stay-Alert Caffeine in sleep Deprivation Protocol - $450K – (1999-2000)
Oculometrics with sleep deprivation – (2002-2003)

USAARL
Actigraphy in Motion
EyeTracking for Cognitive Assessment – 2 SBIR phase II, Congressional directed Intramural research  
Cognition in a TRADOC Battle Laboratory 
Through the Eyes of Pilots 

TAMC
Sleep Disturbances in Traumatic Brain Injury 2008-2010

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
International Quantum University for Integrative Medicine. Lecturer.
Fellow and Faculty of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine - Current - (Best Clinical Practices Course; Symposia; Panel Chair, Advanced Sleep Medicine Course)
Attending Physician –Teach and Mentor TAMC residents and Medical Students
Fellow and Faculty Aerospace Medical Association (Symposia; Panel Chair) – University of Hawaii John A Burns School of Medicine - Problem Based Learning Tutor certified, teach clinical skills course.
Attending Physician Neurology Walter Reed Army Medical Center – taught residents during ward rounds while on service, 2000, 2001, 2002
Uniformed Services University Medical School Preceptor for Clinical Concepts course – taught 2nd year medical students topics in clinical neurology, 2001
University of Maryland, European Division – taught biology, human anatomy and physiology while on assignments to Germany (1987-1990) and Honduras (2000)

MILITARY AWARDS:
Distinguished Military Graduate, ROTC 1982; 
Army Commendation Medal with 4 Oak Leaf Clusters, 1989, 90, 94, 96, 2004;  
Army Achievement Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, 1994, 1996;  
Joint Meritorious Unit Award – Kuwait, 1996;  
Expert Field Medical Badge, 1994;  
National Defense Service Ribbon, 1990; 
Overseas Service Ribbon, 1990, 94, 2000
Joint Service Achievement Medal, 2000
Joint Service Commendation Medal, 2000
Meritorious Service Medal, 2000, 2004, 2007
Honduras Medal of Merit Class II Foreign Military Award, 2000
Chairman Joint Chief of Staff Award for Excellence in Military Medicine, 2002
Order of Military Medical Merit, 2002 

ACADEMIC AWARDS:
Tuttle Award 2005 by the Aerospace Medical Association for most important contribution to Aerospace Medicine  
Tibbetts Award 2006 – EyeCom Corporation for Best Small Business Innovative Research Program (as Program Manager)
Life Sciences and Biomedical Engineering Award 2007 by the Aerospace Medical Association for best research paper (1st author Carlos Cardillo)
Foundations of Augmented Cognition 2007 for contributions to Human Computer Interactions.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
Hawaii Neurological Society – Board of Directors (2008) Secretary, 2009, 2015
Hawaii Sleep Society – (Board of Directors 2008)
Fellow of the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA)
         AsMA Scientific Program Committee member since 2003
         AsMA Editorial Board, Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine 
         AsMA Membership Committee member
         AsMA Human Factors Committee member
         AsMA Human Factors Association member
        AsMA Science and Technology Committee member – have prepared 4 S&T columns in past two years, see publications
American Medical Association, Specialty Society Representative
Fellow of the American College of Physicians, Science Committee, Council, Program Committee
Fellow of the American Academy of Neurology
Ethics Committee member
Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
        AASM Committee on Membership Sections, 2003 to 2009
        AASM Founder and Chair: Section on Sleep Deprivation, 2003-2009
        AASM Past Vice-Chair, Section on Sleep Deprivation
        AASM Past Vice-Chair, Committee on Membership Sections
Augmented Cognition International – 2004 - 2008
European Sleep Research Society – 2004 - 2008
Sleep Research Society, United States – 2004 - current
World Neurological Association – active member

EDITORIAL APPOINTMENTS:
Editorial Board (2006- 2009) Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine

Guest Editor (2007) Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. Special Supplement: Operational Applications of Cognitive Performance Enhancing Technologies Vol 78, 5, Section II, May  

Guest Editor (2005) Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. Special supplement: Cognitive Performance in Operational Environments. Vol 76, 7, Section II, July 

Assistant Editor (1990-1993) Integrative Psychiatry: An International Journal on the Integration of Medicine and Psychiatry. International Universities Press. Ed by Al Freedman and Turan Itil. Book reviews, literature reviews, new product reviews. 1990-1993

INTERNATIONAL LECTURES / PRESENTATIONS (Selected):                                     
Sleep, Wake, and Traumatic Brain Injury – Bangkok, Thailand, October 2009 
Human Performance – Singapore, 2007  
Human Performance Enhancements – London, England, 2007
Human Computer Interactions – Beijing, China July 2006
Sleep - IAU School of Medicine, St. Lucia, BWI, Feb 2006
NATO Human Factors, Prague, October 2005
Human Performance - The Technical Cooperation Program, HE-TP7 Salisbury, England, May 2005
Human Performance - World Congress of Neurology, London, England 2001
Sleep - Central American Mil Med Congress, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Sept 2000
Neurobiology and Sleep, Madrid, Spain, February 2000
Sleep - Queen Elizabeth Medical Center, Hong Kong, August 1994
Stroke - University of Prague, Czechoslovakia, September 1993

PUBLICATIONS:
Peer-Reviewed Manuscripts

M. Russo, R. Perry, E. Kolodny, C. Gillberg. (1996) Case Report: Heller Syndrome, Proposed Medical Evaluation and Pathogenesis. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 5(3):172-177. 

Li LM, Russo M, O’Donoghue MF, Duncan JS, Sander JW. (1996) Allergic Skin Rash with Lamotrigine and Concomitant Valproate therapy: Evidence for an Increased Risk. Arquivos de Neuro-psiquiatria March 54(1):47-49.

Russo MB, Brooks F, Dopler B, Neely E, Halliday A. (1997) Sodium Pentothal Hypnosis: A Procedure for Evaluating Medical Patients with Psychiatric Co-Morbidity. Military Medicine 162, 3:215-218.

Russo MB, Brooks F, Dopler B, Neely E, Fontenot J, Halliday A (1998) Conversion Disorder Presenting as Multiple Sclerosis. Military Medicine 163, 10:709-710.  

B. Jabbari, Michael Russo, Michelle Russo. Electroencephalogram of asymptomatic adult subjects. Clinical Neurophysiology. 2000 111(1)102-105.   

M. Russo, M. Thomas, D. Thorne, H. Sing, Redmond, L. Rowland, D. Johnson, S. Hall, J. Krichmar, T. Balkin. Oculomotor Impairment during Chronic Partial Sleep Deprivation. Clinical Neurophysiology. 2003 114:723-736.  
 
M. Russo, S. Escolas, D. Thorne, H. Sing, D. Johnson, S. Hall, S. Santiago, D. Holland, A Kendall D. Redmond. Occurrence and Patterns of Visual Neglect in U.S. Air Force Pilots in a Simulated Overnight Flight. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. (2004) Vol 75, 4 Section 1:323-332 (Winner: Arnold D. Tuttle Award for best original research in aviation medicine – 2004).

Belenky, G., Wesensten, N.J., Thorne, D.R., Thomas, M.L., Sing, H.C., Redmond, D.P., Russo, M.B., and Balkin, T.J. Patterns of performance degradation and restoration during sleep restriction and subsequent recovery: a sleep dose-response study. J Sleep Res, (2003) 12, 1-12.

T. J. Balkin, P. D. Bleise, G Belenky, H. Sing, D. R. Thorne, M. L. Thomas, D. P. Redmond, M. B. Russo, N. J. Wesensten. Comparative utility of instruments for monitoring sleepiness related performance decrements in the operational environment. J Sleep Res. (2004) 13, 219–227.

L. E. Banderet and M. B. Russo Cognitive Performance and Communications in a Network-Centric Battle Laboratory. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2005) 76;7(II):21-23.
  
B. Doan, J. Caldwell, S. Hursh, J. Whitmore, R. O’Donnell, and M. B. Russo. Assessing Psychoactive Pharmaceuticals and Transitioning Pharmacological Fatigue Countermeasures into Operational Environments. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2005) 76;7(II):34-38.

M. B. Russo, M. C. Stetz, and M. L. Thomas. Monitoring and Predicting Cognitive State and Performance via Physiological Correlates of Neuronal Signals. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2005) 76;7(II):59-63.
  
M. B. Russo, A. Vo, R. LaButta, I. Black, W. Campbell, J. Greene, J. McGhee, and D. Redmond. Human Biovibrations: Assessment of Human Life Signs, Motor Activity, and Cognitive Performance using Wrist-mounted Actigraphy. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2005) 76;7(II):64-74.
  
K. Fukuda, J. A. Stern, T. B. Brown, and M. B. Russo. Cognition, Blinks, Eye-Movements and Pupillary Movements during Performance of a Running Memory Task. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2005) 76;7(II):75-85.

H. C. Sing, M. A. Kautz, D. R. Thorne, S. W. Hall, D. P. Redmond, D. Johnson, K. Warren, J. Bailey, and M. B. Russo. High Frequency EEG as Measure of Cognitive Function Capacity: A Preliminary Report. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2005) 76;7(II):114-135.

M. Russo, A. Kendall, D. Johnson, H. Sing, S. Escolas, S. Santiago, D. Holland, S. Hall, and D. Redmond. Visual Perception, Psychomotor Performance, and Complex Motor Performance During an Overnight Air Refueling Simulated Flight. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2005) 76;7(II):92-103.

Stern J, Brown T, Wang L, Russo M. Head and Eye Movements in the Acquisition of Visual Information. Psychologia. (2005) 48; 133-145.

Minzhong Yu, Mary A. Kautz, Maria L. Thomas, Dagny Johnson, Edwin R. Hotchkiss, Michael B. Russo, Operational Implications of Varying Ambient Light Levels and Times of Day Effects on Saccadic Velocity and Pupil Light Reflexes. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics (2007) 27:130-141.

Athena P. Kendall, Mary A. Kautz, Michael B. Russo, William D. S. Killgore The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Lateralization of Visual Perception. International Journal Neurosciences (2006) 116:1125-1138.

Russo M. Recommendations for the Ethical use of Pharmacologic Fatigue Countermeasures in the U.S. military. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine (2007) 78, 5; Section II, B119-B127. 

Stetz MC , Thomas ML, Russo MB, Stetz TA, Wildzunas RM, McDonald JJ, Wiederhold BK, Campbell JS, Romano, JA. Mental Health in Combat and Stress Inoculation Training. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine (2007) 78, 5; Section II, B252-B260.

Thomas ML, Russo MB. Neurocognitive Monitors: Toward the Prevention of cognitive Performance Decrements and Catastrophic Failures in the Operational Environment. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine (2007) 78, 5; Section II, B144-B152.

Russo M, Thomas M, Caldwell J, Arnett M. The Ethical Use of Cogniceuticals in the Militaries of Democratic Nations. American Journal of Bioethics, (2008) 8(2):39-41.

Russo M, Treatment of Excessive Daytime Sleepiness: Focus on Armodafinil. Clinical Medicine: Therapeutics. (2009) 1:415-432.

Tahmasian M, Khazaie H, Sepehry A, Russo M, Ambulatory Monitoring Of Sleep Disorders. Journal of the Pakistani Medical Association, In Press.
  
Abstracts (presented at National / International Meetings)

Russo MB, Zagzag D, Dogali M, Samelson D, Devinsky O, Miller D. (1993) Inflammation in the Leptomeninges and Cortex of Epileptic Patients Evaluated with Subdural Electrode Arrays. Epilepsia, Vol. 34, Sup 6 (American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting).

Russo MB, Brooks F, Dopler B, Neely E, Halliday A. (1996) Vigabatrin in the Long-Term Control of the Refractory Seizures Associated with Glutaric Aciduria. Abstract published in Epilepsia, Vol. 37, Sup 5 (American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting).

Russo MB, Brooks F, Dopler B, Neely E, Halliday A. (1996) Vigabatrin in the Treatment of the Refractory Seizures Associated with Glutaric Aciduria. Proceedings of The 7th International Cleveland Clinics-Bethel Epilepsy Symposium. Cleveland, OH. 

Russo MB, M. Thomas, H.Sing et al, (1998) Saccadic Velocity Decreases with Cumulative Partial Sleep Deprivation and Correlates Negatively with Driving Accidents. Sleep 21:235 April 15 Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

Johnson D, Thorne D, Rowland L , Balkin T…. Russo M…(1998) The Effects of Partial Sleep Deprivation On Psychomotor Vigilance Sleep 21:236 April 15 Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 
     
Belenky G, Wesensten N, Thorne D, Sing H, Thomas M, Russo M… (1998) Chronic Partial Sleep Deprivation – Effects on Daytime Sleepiness Sleep 21:236 April 15 Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

Thorne D, Thomas M, Sing H, Balkin T, Wesensten N, ….Russo M… (1998) Driving Simulator Accident Rates Before, During and After One Week of Restricted Nightly Sleep Sleep 21:235 April 15 Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

Wesensten N, Thorne D, Balkin T, Redmond D, Sing H, Thomas M, Russo M… (1998) Actigraphic Assessment of Commercial Drivers Over 20 Consecutive Days Sleep 21:237 April 15 Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

D. Thorne, M. Thomas, H. Sing, D. Redmond, T. Balkin, N. Wesensten, M. Russo, A. Welsh, L. Rowland, D. Johnson, R. Aladdin, R. Cephus, S. Hall, & G. Belenky (1998) Effects of Cumulative Partial Sleep Deprivation on Driving Simulator Accident Rates Journal of Sleep Research 7, Supplement 2:276 (European Sleep Research Society meeting).

G. Belenky, N. Wesensten, D. Thorne, H. Sing, M. Thomas, M. Russo, D. Redmond, & T. Balkin (1998) Objective Daytime Sleepiness Across 7 Days of Partial Sleep Deprivation. Journal of Sleep Research 7, Supplement 2:20 (European Sleep Research Society meeting).

N. Wesensten, D. Thorne, T. Balkin, D. Redmond, H. Sing, M. Thomas, M. Russo, & G. Belenky (1998)Sleep and Wakefulness in Commercial Drivers Under Real-World Operations. Journal of Sleep Research 7, Supplement 2:304 (European Sleep Research Society meeting). 

M. Thomas, D. Thorne, H. Sing, D. Redmond, T. Balkin, N. Wesensten, M. Russo, A. Welsh, L. Rowland, D. Johnson, R. Aladdin, R. Cephus, S. Hall, & G. Belenky (1998) The Relationship Between Driving Accidents and Microsleep During Cumulative Partial Sleep Deprivation. Journal of Sleep Research 7, Supplement 2:275 (European Sleep Research Society meeting).

M. Russo, M. Thomas, H. Sing, D. Thorne, T. Balkin, N. Wesensten, D. Redmond, A. Welsh, L. Rowland, D. Johnson, R. Aladdin, R. Cephus, S. Hall, J. Krichmar, & G. Belenky (1998) Oculomotor Measures Correlating with Accidents in a Simulated Driving Task During Sleep Restriction. Journal of Sleep Research 7, Supplement 2:233 (European Sleep Research Society meeting).

H. Sing, J. Williams, M. Thomas, R. Aladdin, A. Welsh, D. Thorne, T. Balkin, D. Redmond, N. Wesensten, M. Russo, L. Rowland, D. Johnson & G. Belenky (1998) Frequency Changes in a Wake EEG Related to Sleep Deprivation. Journal of Sleep Research 7, Supplement 2:252 (European Sleep Research Society meeting).

Krichmar, J., Russo, M., Thomas, M., Sing, H., Thorne, D., Balkin, T., Wesensten, N., Redmond, D., Welsh A., Rowland, L., Johnson, D., Aladdin, R., Cephus, R. Hall, S., Krichmar, J. and Belenky, G. (1998) “Saccadic Velocity And Pupillary Light Reflex Changes Correlate With Restricted Sleep”, ARVO Abstracts 1998. (Association of Research into Vision and Ophthalmology meeting).

Krichmar, J., Pollard, J., Russo, M., Thomas, M., Sing, H., Thorne, D., Balkin, T., Wesensten, N., Redmond, D.,Welsh, A., Rowland, L., Johnson, D., Aladdin, R., Cephus, R. Hall, S., and G. Belenky, (1998) “Oculomotor Indicators of Fatigue and Impairment.”, Psychophysiology, Vol. 35, Supplement 1, S4.

Wesensten N., Russo M., Kautz M., Belenky G., How is the Benzodiazepine Receptor Involved in Sleep Processes? (1999) Sleep – Vol 22, Supplement 1, 279, 1999. (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

M. Russo, D. Thorne, M. Thomas, H. Sing, D. Redmond, T. Balkin, N. Wesensten, A. Welsh, L. Rowland, D. Johnson, R. Cephus, S. Hall, & G. Belenky.(1999)Sleep Deprivation Induced Balint’s Syndrome(Peripheral Visual Field Neglect): A Hypothesis for Explaining Driving Simulator Accidents in Awake but Sleepy Drivers. Sleep – Vol 22, Supplement 1, 327, (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

D. Thorne, M. Thomas, M. Russo, H. Sing, T. Balkin, N. Wesensten, D. Redmond, D. Johnson, A. Welsh, L. Rowland, R. Cephus, S. Hall, & G. Belenky (1999) Performance on a Driving-Simulator Divided Attention Task During One Week of Restricted Nightly Sleep. Sleep – Vol 22, Supplement 1, 301 (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

M. Russo, M. Thomas, H. Sing, D. Thorne, T. Balkin, N. Wesensten, D. Redmond, A. Welsh, L. Rowland, D. Johnson, R. Aladdin, R. Cephus, S. Hall, J. Krichmar*, & G. Belenky (1999) Saccadic Velocity and Pupil Constriction Latency are Sensitive to Partial Sleep Deprivation, and Sleep Deprivation Related Changes Correlate with Simulated Motor Vehicle Crashes. Neurology – 52:6 Supplement 2, A234 (AAN annual meeting).

M. Russo, M Thomas, H. Sing, D Thorne, T Balkin, N Wesensten, D. Redmond, A Welsh, L Rowland, D. Johnson, R Cephus, S Hall, G Belenky. Sleep Deprivation-induced Peripheral Visual Neglect: A Hypothesis for Explaining Driving Simulator Accidents in Awake but Sleepy Drivers. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, Vol 187, Sup 1, S329, 15 June 2001 (World Congress Neurology).

M. Russo, S Escolas, S. Santiago, M. Thomas, H Sing, D. Thorne, D. Holland, D. Johnson, D Redmond, S. Hall. Visual Neglect in Sleep Deprived Air Force Pilots in a Simulated 12-hour Flight. (2002) Sleep Vol 25, April 15 Abstract Supplement A88 (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

S Escolas, S. Santiago, M. Russo Automaticity: Protects Against Performance Deficits in Sleep Deprived Pilots. Proceedings and Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, 2003. Vol 74, 50.

S. Escolas, A. Kendall, S. Santiago, D. Holland, M. Russo. Sleep Deprivation Impacts Air Refueling Instructor Pilots Differently Based on Simulator Experience (2003) Sleep Vol 26, 15 May, pg A195 Abstract Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

S. Escolas, A. Kendall, S. Santiago, D. Holland, M. Russo. Intervening Variables Influences The Impact Extended Wakefulness On Air Refueling Performance. (2003) Sleep Vol 26, 15 May pg A193 Abstract Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

Russo MB, Escolas SM, Santiago S, Holland D, Kendall AP, Hall S, Sing H. Visual Neglect in 26 hours of Continuous Wakefulness Demonstrates Patterns Consistent with Prefrontal and Biparietal Brain Impairment. (2003) Sleep Vol 26, 15 May pg A172 Abstract Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

D Johnson, Stehrenberger M, Sing H, Hall S, Redmond D, Russo M, Thorne D, Belenky G. Visual Task Performance as a Measure of Drowsiness. (2003) Sleep Vol 26, 15 May pg A202 Abstract Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

S. Escolas, A. Kendall, S. Santiago, D. Holland, M. Russo. Impact of Extended Wakefulness on Simulated Aerial Refueling Flight Performance. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. April 2003, Vol 74, page 415, Abstract Supplement (Aerospace Medical Association annual meeting).

MZ Yu, MB Russo, ML Thomas, RD Peters, B Ridley, ER Hotchkiss, Relationship Between Oculometrics, Pupil Light Reflex and Adaptation Light Levels. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. (2003) May Abstracts Supplement.

Russo M, Vo A, Labutta R, Black I, Redmond D. Human Microvibration Patterns During Coma To Death Transition Differ from Sleep, as Measured by Actigraphy. J Sleep Res 2004; 13(s1).

Russo M, Vo A, LaButta R, Redmond D. Actigraphy detects life signs microvibration patterns in a patient transitioning from coma to death. Sleep 2004; 27: A357. (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

Russo, M., Sing, H., Kendall, A., Johnson, D., Santiago, S., Escolas, S., Holland, D., Thorne, D., Hall, S., and D. Redmond (2004). Visual Perception and Simulated Flight Performance Task Impairments in USAF Pilots Over One Night of Continuous Wakefulness are Correlated. Sleep 2004; 27: A139. (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

Yu MZ., Russo M., Johnson D., Kamimori G., Oculomotor Measures over 30 hours of Continuous Wake with and without Caffeine. Sleep 2004; A138 (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

Mallis M, Russo M. (2005) Ocular Measures of Fatigue and Extended Wakefulness. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. May Vol 76.

M. B. RUSSO, M. THOMAS, D. THORNE, H. SING, M. KAUTZ, L. M. ROWLAND, D. JOHNSON, S. W. HALL, J. KRICHMAR and D. REDMOND (2005) Sleep Length Associated Changes in Oculomotor Measures. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. May Abstract (Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting).

M. Kautz, M. Russo, M. Yu, D. Johnson, K. Warren, A. Kendall and H. Sing. (2005)  
Evaluation of oculomotor functioning during 40 hours of continuous wakefulness. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. May Abstract (Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting). 

MB RUSSO, M THOMAS, D THORNE, H SING, D JOHNSON, LM ROWLAND, SW HALL, M KAUTZ, J KRICHMAR and D REDMOND. (2005) CHRONIC PARTIAL SLEEP DEPRIVATION, DRIVING PERFORMANCE AND OCULOMOTOR MEASURES Sleep (Abstract Supplement) (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting).

Kendall A.P. Killgore, W.D.S. Kautz, M., Russo, M.B. (2005) Right-Hemispheric Deactivation of Attentional Processing After 40 hrs of Sleep Deprivation. Sleep, Abstract Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

Kautz, M. A.; Russo, M. B.; Yu, M.; Johnson, D.; Warren, K.; Kendall, A.; Sing, H. (2005) DETERMINING A STABLE BASELINE FOR ASSESSING OCULOMOTOR FUNCTIONING. Sleep, Abstract Supplement (American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

Yu MZ, Kautz M, Thomas M, Johnson D, Kendall A, Warren K, Sing H, Hotchkiss E, Russo M. (2006) Stability of Saccadic Velocity under varying ambient light levels, repeated testing, and times of day for application of oculometric monitoring in operational environments. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine, Vol 77; 3:184 (Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting). 

Russo M, Wilson G. (2006) Neurophysiologic Indicators of Alertness, Attention, and Cognitive Performance. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine, Vol 77; 3:186 (Symposium: Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting). 

Sing H, Kautz M, Thorn D, Hall S, Redmond D, Russo M. (2006) High Frequency EEG as a potential indicator of Alertness, Attention, and Cognition. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine, Vol 77; 3:186 (Symposium: Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting). 

Kautz M, Thomas M, Yu MZ, Johnson D, Kendall A, Warren K, Sing H, Hotchkiss E, Russo M. (2006) Oculomotor monitoring in operational environments. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine, Vol 77; 3:189 (Symposium: Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting). 

Russo M, Caldwell J. (2006) Neurophysiologic Indices of Alertness and Performance. Sleep Abstract Supplement (Symposium: American Academy of Sleep Medicine – APSS meeting). 

Russo MB, Schmorrow DD. Improving Pilot Performance Through Cognitive and Physiologic Monitoring and Interventions Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine, 2007 Vol 78, 3;298-299 (Symposium: Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting). 

Russo MB, Cardillo CG, Thomas ML. Neurophysiologic Measures of Performance Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine, 2007 Vol 78, 3;299 (Symposium: Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting).
 
Cardillo CG, Russo MB, LeDuc PA. Quantitative Electroencephalographic changes under continuous Wakefulness and with Fatigue Countermeasures: Implications for Sustaining Aviator Performance. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine, 2007 Vol 78, 3, 284 (Winner: Life Sciences and Biomedical Engineering Award at Aerospace Medical Association Annual meeting).

Russo MB. A Trans-Cultural Bioethics Discussion: The Use of Cognitive Enhancement Pharmaceuticals in War Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine, 2007 Vol 78, 3;339 (Symposium: Aerospace Medical Association Annual Meeting). 

Sing H, Kautz M, Thorn D, Hall S, Redmond D, Russo M. (2007) High Frequency EEG as a potential indicator of Alertness, Attention, and Cognition. Sleep.  

Stetz M, Stetz T, Cuff P, Russo M. (2009) Insomnia in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Patients. Sleep Vol 32; A310 (Abstract supplement).

Russo M, Stetz M, Stetz T. (2009) The Prevalence of Sleep/Wake Disturbances in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Patients. Sleep Vol 32; A311 (Abstract supplement).

Russo M, Stetz M, Swanson E, Stetz T. (2009) Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Patients (mTBI) Sleep Vol 32; A311 (Abstract supplement).

Stetz M, Russo M, Stetz T. (2009) An Accessible Tool For Assessing Military Personnel : The Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder Checklist. Sleep Vol 32; A354 (Abstract supplement).

Torch W, Cardillo C, Russo M, Publicover N, Gutierrez E, McMullen S, Martin M, Parseghian Z. (2009) Oculometric Indices Associated with Drowsiness and Performance Vigilance Impairment in Sleep-deprived normal, Sleep Apnea, Narcolepsy, ASS/ADHD Subjects. Sleep Vol 32; A134 (Abstract supplement).

Cuff P, Russo M, Stetz M, Stetz T, (2009) The prevalence of sleep/wake disturbances in mild traumatic brain injury. Journal of the Neurological Sciences, Vol 285; S272, October 2009 (Abstract).

Book Chapters

Itil T, Russo MB. The Pharmacologic Treatment of Antisocial Behaviors, (1988) Chapter 13 in Textbook of Criminology and Forensic Psychiatry, Vol. 7 Dott. A. Giuffre, S.p.A., Milan.  
 
M. Russo. Sleep Stage Scoring. Chapter in eMedicine Textbook of Neurology. (2006).

M. Russo. Normal Sleep, Sleep Physiology, and the effects of Sleep Deprivation. Chapter in eMedicine Textbook of Neurology. (2006).

Russo M, Torch W, Thomas M. Diagnosis and Management of Sleep Deprivation. (2006) In Best Clinical Practices. American Academy of Sleep Medicine Press. West Chester, IL.     

Cardillo C, Russo M, LeDuc P, Torch W. Quantitative EEG changes under continuous Wakefulness and with Fatigue Countermeasures: Implications for Sustaining Aviator Performance. Foundations of Augmented Cognition. 3rd Edition. Editors: D Schmorrow, L Reeves, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany. (2007) pp 13-22.

Torch W, Russo M, Cardillo C, Thomas M. EyeCom Biosensor, Communicator and Controller System for Assessing Cognitive State via Oculomotor Signals. Foundations of Augmented Cognition. 4th Edition. Editors: D. Schmorrow, D. Nicholson, J. Drexler, L. Reeves. Strategic Analysis Press. Arlington, VA. (2007) pp 258-264.  

Russo M, Caldwell J, Thomas M. Ethical Considerations in the Use of Cogniceuticals as Augmented Cognition Mitigation Strategies: Alertness Sustaining Fatigue Countermeasures. Foundations of Augmented Cognition. 4th Edition. Editors: D. Schmorrow, D. Nicholson, J. Drexler, L. Reeves. Strategic Analysis Press. Arlington, VA. (2007) pgs 112-118.

M. Russo, A Kendall, D. Johnson, .H. Sing, S. Escolas, S. Hall, S. Santiago, D. Holland, D. Redmond. Relationships Among Visual Perception, Psychomotor Performance, and Complex Motor Performance in Military Pilots During an Overnight Air-Refueling Simulated Flight: Implications for Automated Cognitive Workload Reduction Systems. In Foundations of Augmented Cognition (D. Schmorrow, Ed.), pp. 174-182. Lawrence Erlbaum. Mahwah, NJ. (2006).

M. Russo. Neuroethics. In Practical Ethics. In Press.

Books

Helmet Mounted Displays: Sensory, Perception, and Cognition. Rash E, Russo M, Lebendowsy T, Schmeisser E (Editors). 2009.

Other

U.S. Patents:
System and Method for Determining Visual Alertness, 01 FEB 2005, U.S. Patent 6,849,050.

Human Biovibrations – a method of detecting human micro and macro-biovibrations using a digital signal processing actigraph. U.S. Patent App 20,090,149,779.    

High Frequency electroencephalography for assessing alertness. Provisional Patent Application filed 1 May 2006. 

Science and Technology Watch Column - Journal of Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine.

Russo M, Vo A, Conlin R, Redmond D. Digital Signal Processing Actigraphy. Science and Technology Watch Column; Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2006) 77; 5:564,566. 

Cardillo C, Russo M. Quantitative Electroencephalography for the Assessment of Performance. Science and Technology Watch Column; Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (2007) 78;2:156. 

Sing H and Russo M. High Frequency EEG as Source of Alertness Drowsiness Index and Cognitive Function Capacity. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (2007) 78;12:1178.

Russo M, Thomas M, Cardillo C, Waclawski R. Ocular Movements for Assessing Brain Function. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (2008) 79;6:645.

Russo M, Roberts M, Goldberg M, Marzo M. Functional Neuroimaging using High Density Quantitative Electroencephalography (HD-QEEG) Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine (submitted).

Russo M, Stetz M, Jenkins C, Folen R. Armodafinil for the Treatment of Excessive Sleepiness. Aviation, Space, Environmental Medicine. (2009) 80;8. 

Proceedings

M Russo, S Escolas, S Santiago, H Sing, D Thorne, D Holland, D Johnson, D Redmond, S Hall. Visual Neglect in Pilots in a Simulated Overnight Flight. Proceedings of the Army Science Conference, December, 2002.  

M Russo, A Kendall, D. Johnson, S. Santiago, S. Escolas, D. Holland, D. Thorne, S. Hall, D. Redmond, M. Thomas. Visual Perception, Flight Performance, and Reaction Time Impairments in Military Pilots during 26 hours of Continuous Wake: Implications for Automated Workload Control systems as Fatigue Management Tools. Proceedings of the NATO / OTAN RTO-MP-HFM 124, 3-5 Oct, 2005, Prague, CZ.

M. Russo, E. Fiedler, M. Thomas, J. McGhee. Cognitive Performance in Operational Environments. Proceedings of the NATO / OTAN RTO-MP-HFM 124, 3-5 Oct, 2005, Prague, CZ.

Thomas, M.; Kautz, M., Stetz, M. & M. Russo (2005). Warfighter cognitive readiness, state, and performance in the battlefield: implications for sensemaking across the battlespace. In: Panel C: Human-Systems Integration across the Battlespace. Proceedings of the 7th HICS and 1st Sensemaking Symposium. Sponsored by ARO Center for Human-Centric Decision Making Center for Human Machine Studies. Greenbelt, MD, November 17-18.

Letter 

Russo M, Maher C, Campbell W. Cosmetic Neurology: The controversy over enhancing movement, mentation, and mood. Letter to the Editor – The Healthy Human. Neurology. 2005 64; April 12 (1 of 2):1320-1321.

US Government Technical Reports

T Balkin, D Thorne, H. Sing, M Thomas, D Redmond, N Wesensten, M Russo, J Williams, G Belenky. Effects of Sleep Schedules on Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Performance. DOT Tech Report, FMCSA; DOT-MC-00-133 May 2000.   

M. Russo, M Thomas, H. Sing, D Thorne, T Balkin, N Wesensten, D. Redmond, A Welsh, L Rowland, D. Johnson, R Cephus, S Hall, G Belenky. Sleep Deprivation Induced Balint’s Syndrome (Peripheral Visual Neglect): A Hypothesis for explaining Driver Simulator Accidents in Sleepy but Awake Drivers. Ocular Measures of Driver Alertness Technical Conference Proceedings, April 1999. Tech report: FHWA-MC-MM-136 pp125-129.

M. Russo, M Thomas, H. Sing, D Thorne, T Balkin, N Wesensten, D. Redmond, A Welsh, L Rowland, D. Johnson, R Cephus, S Hall, G Belenky. Sleep Deprivation Related Changes Correlate with Simulated Motor Vehicle Crashes. Ocular Measures of Driver Alertness Technical Conference Proceedings, April 1999. Tech report: FHWA-MC-MM-136 pp119-124.



 


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