Assistant Professor of Clinical, Neurology and Neurological Surgery
Director of Neuroscience Critical Care
Departments of Neurology and Neurological Surgery
Neuroscience Critical Care
College of Medicine
Faculty Office Tower
395 W. 12th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210
Administrative Assistant (Cindy York): 614-366-5681
- Cardiac dysfunction in SAH
- CNS vasculitis
Current Research: Dr. Greene-Chandos participates in numerous clinical trials as both a principal investigator and co-investigator. She is interested in neurointensive critical care unit management of subarachnoid hemorrhage. In addition to a focus on the diagnosis and management of CNS vasculitis, she also focuses on stroke in women.
Background: Dr. Greene-Chandos has worked as director of stroke and neurocritical care in Maryland and North Carolina. She served as section chief of neurology and neuro-intensivist at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem, until joining Ohio State to create the Neuroscience Critical Care Unit and Program.
Education and Training:
MD: University of Arizona College of Medicine
Residency: Neurology, Washington University Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis
Fellowship: Neurocritical Care, Johns Hopkins Hospital
- American Academy of Neurology-Abstract Chosen for Topic Highlights Program
- American Academy of Neurology Meeting-Resident Scholarship
- The Washington University Leonard Berg Prize Award for outstanding research during residency
- First JCAHO-Certified Stroke Center in the Carolinas, 2004
- “Get With The Guidelines” Platinum Award, 2008
- Neurointensive Care Unit recognition, highest PRC scores in patient and family satisfaction, 2008-2009
- First Stroke Center to receive the American Heart Association (AHA) Gold Plus Award in Carolinas and Virginia, 2009