Ross, D. E., A. L. Ochs, M. E. DeSmit, J. M. Seabaugh, M. D. Havranek (in press, 2015). Man vs. Machine Part 2: Comparison of radiologists’ interpretations and NeuroQuant® measures of brain asymmetry and progressive atrophy in patients with traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences.

Ross, DE, AL Ochs, MD Zannoni and JM Seabaugh (2014). “Back to the Future:  Estimating Pre-Injury Brain Volume in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury.NeuroImage 102:565-578.

Ross, DE (September 3, 2014). Teens, Like Adults, Function Better With Enough Sleep (Letter to the Editor). Wall Street Journal.

Ross, DE (August 31, 2014). Nothing new about sleep cycles (Correspondent of the Day — Letter to the Editor). Richmond Times Dispatch.

Seabaugh, JM, DE Ross (2014).  Brain injuries are treatable (Letter to the Editor). Chesterfield Monthly March:12.

Ross, D. E., C. Castelvecchi, A. L. Ochs (2013). Brain MRI Volumetry in a Single Patient with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury 27(5):634-6.

Ross, D. E., A. L. Ochs, J. M. Seabaugh, C. R. Shrader (2013). Man vs. Machine: Comparison of Radiologists’ Interpretations and NeuroQuant® Volumetric Analyses of Brain MRIs in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 25(1):32-9.

Ross, D. E., T. J. Graham, A. L. Ochs (2013). Review of the Evidence Supporting the Medical and Forensic Use of NeuroQuant® in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury. Psychological Injury and the Law 6(1):75-80.

Ross, D. E., A. L. Ochs, J. M. Seabaugh, M. F. DeMark, C. R. Shrader, J. H. Marwitz, M. D. Havranek (2012). Progressive brain atrophy in patients with chronic neuropsychiatric symptoms after mild traumatic brain injury: A preliminary study. Brain Injury 26(12):1500-9

Ross DE (2012): New Advances Help Detect Brain Injuries. Richmond Times Dispatch 09/29/12, Correspondent of the Day.

Ross DE, Ochs AL, Seabaugh J, Henshaw T (2012): NeuroQuant® revealed hippocampal atrophy in a patient with traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 24(1):E33.

Ross DE (2011): Review of longitudinal studies of MRI brain volumetry in patients with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury 25(13-14):1271-8.