1978 B.A. in Mathematics. Hamilton College, Clinton, NY.
1981 M.A. in Experimental Psychology. New York University, New York, NY.
1983 Ph.D. in Visual Neurophysiology. New York University, New York, NY.
1985 M.D. University of Miami, Miami, FL.
2007 The Academy Fellowship, Healthcare Advisory Board, Washington, DC
1982-1983 Research Fellowship in Visual Physiology, New York University
1985-1986 Medical Intern, New Rochelle Hospital, New York Medical College
1986-1988 Neurology Resident, Mount Sinai Hospital
1988-1989 Chief Resident in Neurology, Mount Sinai Hospital
1989-1991 Neuro-ophthalmology Fellow, Mount Sinai Hospital
1990 American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology #33502,
1986 National Board of Medical Examiners #328594
New York State Medical License #168972, 1986 (inactive)
New Jersey State Medical License #MA58400, 1992
1978 National Institutes of Health Predoctoral Training Fellowship (three years)
1981 Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology Travel Fellowship
1981 New York State Health Research Council Predoctoral Grant
1982 Grass Foundation Fellowship in Neuroanatomy (Cold Spring Harbor)
1982 National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship
1989 National Eye Institute Physician-Scientist Award
1990, 2002-2008 Best Doctors in New York, New York Magazine
1992 Mount Sinai Hospital Resident Teaching Award
1994-2008 Best Doctors in the NY Metropolitan Area, Castle-Connolly Medical, Ltd
2000 Archbishop McCarrick Outstanding Educator Award, Seton Hall University
2001-2006 Best Doctors in New Jersey, New Jersey Monthly and New Jersey Life
Martin Sherman GIZZI MD's Books & Publications :
Original Peer-Reviewed Publications:
Smart C, Giacino J, Cullen T, Rodiguez-Moreno D, Hirsch J, Schiff N and Gizzi M. A case of locked-in syndrome complicated by central deafness: neuropsychological and neuroimaging findings. Nature: Clinical Practice Neurology, 2008, in press.
Gizzi M and Harper H. Suppression of the human vestibulo-ocular reflex by visual fixation or forced convergence in the dark, with a model interpretation. Current Eye Research, 26:281-290, 2003.
Gizzi M, Zlotnick M, Riley E and Cicerone K. Vestibular dysfunction does not directly cause cognitive or psychological symptoms. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 18:398-407, 2003.
Kaufman H, Biaggioni I, Voustianiouk A, Diedrich A, Costa F, Clarke R, Gizzi M, Raphan T and Cohen B. Vestibular control of sympathetic activity: An otolith-sympathetic reflex in humans, Experimental Brain Research, 143:463-469, 2002.
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