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NYU Langone Provider

Joseph F. Rath, PhD

NYU Langone Provider
  • Specialty: Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Treats: Adults
  • Language: English
  • Phone: 212-263-6033
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Conditions and Treatments

  • brain injury
  • head injury rehabilitation
  • neuropsychological testing

Education and Training
  • PhD from Fordham University, 2000

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Locations and Appointments

Adult Outpatient Psych Therapy Department

240 East 38th Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10016


traumatic brain injury, cognitive rehabilitation, rehabilitation psychology, neuropsychological assessment, neuropsychological rehabilitation

Research Summary

I am the project director of Rusk Rehabilitation’s Advanced Rehabilitation Research and Training (ARRT) Postdoctoral Fellowship, a National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR)–funded project designed to train psychology postdoctoral fellows to become independent clinical researchers, specifically in the areas of brain-related illness and injury and neuropsychological rehabilitation. Fellows collaborate on established projects and conduct independent research with an emphasis on study inception, manuscript writing, and grant applications. Fellows are actively involved in the work of Rusk Rehabilitation’s Neurorehabilitation Assessment and Intervention Laboratory, which focuses on the assessment and treatment of adults with neurocognitive disorders, including traumatic brain injury, stroke, and other conditions that impact the brain and cognitive functioning. Innovative neurorehabilitation intervention methods, especially those related to problem-solving and emotional self-regulation, are areas of interest, along with the impact of diversity and demographic factors on outcome, including race and ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, and socioeconomic status.

Academic Contact

Academic office

240 East 38th Street

17, ACC 17-73

New York, NY 10016

  • This project will examine if computerized cognitive remediation will improve working memory and attention in 25 adults with a brain injury and compared their cognitive performance to the control group of 25 adults with a brain injury. The control group wi

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  • To find imaging biomarkers of injury associated with symptoms in patients with MTBI by discovering the relationship between structural alterations and clinical status including cognition.

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  • The overall goal of this project is to detect and quantify changes in brain sodium MRI (NaMRI) signal after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI).

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