Benjamin Segal, MD
- Chair and Professor, Department of Neurology
Neurology residents are educated about the fundamentals of diagnosis and treatment for MS and other neuroinflammatoryconditions during the course of their 3 year training program. In addition, they can select an MS rotation to learn about symptoms, disease progression and potential treatment options in greater depth. Learn more about the Neurology Residency program here.
Ohio State will welcome its inaugural class of MS fellows in the spring of 2021. The fellowship program offers experiences in MS specialty clinics, neuro-ophthalmology and neuro-urology, as well as rotations in unique, personalized clinics focused on Neurosarcoidosis, Neuromyelitis optica Spectrum Disorders (NMSOD), Autoimmune Encephalitis and Neuro-rheumatology. Learn more about the application process here.