- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
- The University of Dayton, Premedicine
- The University of Toledo College of Medicine
- New York University School of Medicine
- Summa Health System
Riley, J. Chapter 45: Hip Avascular Necrosis. Musculoskeletal conditions from head to toe: A Diagnostic Guide for Primary Care Physicians (pending publication 2016)
Riley, J. Chapter 85: Thoracic Compression Fractures. Musculoskeletal conditions from head to toe: A Diagnostic Guide for Primary Care Physicians (pending publication 2016)
Riley, J. Virtual Reality Training for Patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Rehab in Review. Volume 3, Number 9. 5th September 2015.
Hobbies & Interests
Playing golf, exploring New York City, Cleveland sports, University of Dayton basketball.
American Medical Association
American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
New York Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Honors, Awards, etc.
The University of Toledo College of Medicine, MEDStart Program
Accepted into M.D. program in junior year of undergraduate study. Selected students demonstrate motivation and enthusiasm for medicine as indicated from their volunteer and community service, medical related activities, leadership skills and/or research experiences.
The University of Dayton, Carl I. Michaelis Scholarship
Academic scholarship awarded on a competitive basis to students in the Biological Sciences
The University of Dayton Alpha Epsilon Delta Premedical Honor Society
Alpha Epsilon Delta is the National Health Pre-professional Honor Society dedicated to the encouragement and recognition of excellence in pre-professional health scholarship for students interested in pursuing a career in medicine. Membership is based on academic excellence, volunteersim and leadership.
The University of Dayton, Presidential Scholarship
Academic scholarship awarded to undergraduate students.
The University of Dayton, Honors Program
University Honors Program provides a community for high-achieving undergraduates from a variety of disciplines united in their academic passions and identities as emerging scholars. The Honors Program values service, leadership, and spiritual exploration and supports participation in cultural and social events.