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Sandra Rose, MD

Sandra Rose, MD

2020 Associate Junior Faculty Scholars

Dr. Sandra Rose is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at the University of Chicago. After completing her undergraduate degree in psychology at Michigan State University, Dr. Rose attended medical school at Wayne State University and completed her medical intern year at Sinai Grace Hospital in Detroit. She then moved to the University of Chicago, where she completed her neurology residency, clinical neurophysiology fellowship and epilepsy fellowship before joining the faculty.

Dr. Rose’s clinical interests lie in the care of adult patients with epilepsy, with a special interest in patients transitioning for pediatric to adult care. She is also the medical director of the neurophysiologic monitoring service. She is also very interested in education, and acts as the director of the adult and pediatric tracks of the epilepsy fellowship.