Jose C. Rios, M.D., Ph.D.
Meet Dr. Rios | Radiologist in Parsippany
Dr. Jose C. Rios is Board Certified by the American Board of Radiology. He received his undergraduate training at New York University College of Arts and Science with a B.A. in Biology in 1996. He completed an extended M.D.-Ph.D. program at the New York University School of Medicine in 2004.
Dr. Rios completed a Transitional Internship at Penn Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and a Radiology Residency at Stony Brook University Medical Center in Stony Brook, New York. Dr. Rios then went on to his fellowship training in Neuroradiology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City finishing in 2010.
Dr. Rios joined the Department of Radiology at Morristown Medical Center in January 2011 and obtained his “Certificate of Additional Qualifications in Neuroradiology” from the American Board of Radiology in 2011.
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J. C. Rios, T. P. Naidich, et al. (In Press). The Normal Spinal Column: Overview and Cervical Spine. Imaging of the Brain and Spine. T. P. Naidich, M Castillo, S. Cha, C. A. Raybaud and J. G. Smirniotopoulos, Elsevier.
J. C. Rios, T. P. Naidich, et al. (In Press). The Normal Spinal Column: Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral and Coccygeal Segment. Imaging of the Brain and Spine. T. P. Naidich, M Castillo, S. Cha, C. A. Raybaud and J. G. Smirniotopoulos, Elsevier.
J. C. Rios, M. Rubin, M. St. Martin, R. T. Downey, S. Einheber, J. Rosenbluth, S. R. Levinson, M. Bhat, and J. L. Salzer (2003). Paranodal interactions regulate expression of sodium channel subtypes and provide a diffusion barrier for the node of Ranvier. The Journal of Neuroscience (23) 7001-7011.
M. A. Bhat, J. C. Rios, Y. Lu, G. P. Garcia-Fresco, W. Ching, M. St Martin, J. Li, S. Einheber, M. Chesler, J. Rosenbluth, J. L. Salzer, and H. J. Bellen (2001). Axon-glia interactions and the domain organization of myelinated axons requires neurexin IV/Caspr/Paranodin. Neuron (30) 369-383.
C. V. Melendez-Vasquez, J. C. Rios, G. Zanazzi, S. Lambert, A. Bretscher, and J. L. Salzer (2001). Nodes of Ranvier form in association with ezrin-radixin-moesin (ERM)-positive Schwann cell processes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA (98) 1235-1240.
J. C. Rios, C. V. Melendez-Vasquez, S. Einheber, M. Lustig, M. Grumet, J. Hemperly, E. Peles, and J. L. Salzer (2000). Contactin-associated protein (Caspr) and contactin form a complex that is targeted to the paranodal junctions during myelination. The Journal of Neuroscience (20) 8354-8364.
E. C. Azmitia, V. J. Rubinstein, J. A. Strafaci, J. C. Rios, and P. M. Whitaker-Azmitia (1995). 5-HTIA agonist and dexamethasone reversal of para-chloroamphetamine induced loss of MAP-2 and synaptophysin immunoreactivity in adult rat brain. Brain Research (677) 181-192.