- PROFESSOR Psychiatry
- PROFESSOR Neurology
MD, University of Torino
Internship, Internal Medicine
Union Memorial Hospital
Georgetown University Hospital
New York Presbyterian Hospital
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Medical College of Pennslyvania
Clinical Focus: Anxiety Disorders, Stress Management, Neuropsychiatry, Traumatic Brain Injury
Dr. Riggio's areas of expertise are Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Management. She has an active presence at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and has won teaching awards from the Department of Psychiatry and from the Institute for Medical Education. She is trilingual in English, Italian, and French and maintains an internationally recognized clinical practice.
Dr. Riggio has lectured nationally and internationally. In March 2006 she organized a course on Psychiatric Emergencies in Rome, Italy, at the annual SOPSI Congress; in November 2006 she organized a track on Psychiatric Emergencies at the SIMEU / ACEP Congress in Torino, Italy; in May 2007 she organized a course on "The Routine EEG in Clinical Practice: Indications and Limitations" at the annual APA Congress in San Diego, California; and in February 2008, she was visiting professor at the Chinese University, Hong Kong, China. She has published extensively in both the Psychiatric and Neurologic literature; she has edited four books and two theme issue of the Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine one on Neuropsychiatry and one on Traumatic Brain Injury: from Bench to Bedside to Home.
Principal Investigator, NIMH, "Clinical Antipsychotic Trials of Intervention Effectiveness" CATIE http://220.127.116.11/cgi/content/full/353/12/1209 (from NEJM)
Principal Investigator (VA Site), NIMH, Conte Center Grant, "White Matter Abnormalities in Schizophrenia"
Sano M Editor. Neuropsychiatry. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine 2006 Nov; 73(7).
Riggio S. Neuropsychiatric manifestations of nonconvulsive status. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine 2006 Nov; 73(7): 960-966.
Nonconvulsive status epilepticus: clinical features and diagnostic challenges. Psychiatr Clin North Am 2005 Sept; 28(3): 653-664.
Riggio S Editor. Neuropsychiatry. Psychiatric cinics of North America. Philadelphia: 2005, Saunders; 2005. pp751.
Riggio S, Harvey PD. Neurocognition, symptomatology, and functional skills in older alcohol-abusing schizophrenia patients. Schizophr Bull 2005 Jan; 31(1): 175-182.
Jagoda A, Riggio S. Mild traumatic injury and the postconcussive syndrome. In: Psychiatric emergencies. Emergency medicine clinics of North America. Philadelphia: 2000, Saunders; 2000. pp173-269.
Jagoda A, Riggio S, editors. Psychiatric emergencies. Emergency medicine clinics of North America. Philadelphia: 2000, Saunders; 1995. pp363.
Jagoda A, Riggio S. Mild traumatic injury and the postconcussive syndrome. In: Psychiatric emergencies. Emergency medicine clinics of North America. Philadelphia: 2000, Saunders; 1995.
Repetitive motor activity in frontal lobe epilepsy. Adv Neurol 1995; 66: 153-164.
Jasper H Editor, Riggio S Editor, Goldman-Rakic P Editor. Epilepsy and the functional anatomy of the frontal lobe. Adv Neurol 1995;.
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Dr. Riggio has not yet completed reporting of Industry relationships.
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