(From the July 2018 Issue of MedStat)
Sean Rose, MD, is co-director of the Complex Concussion Program and a pediatric sports neurologist at Nationwide Children’s. Dr. Rose is also an assistant professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at The Ohio State University. He completed his medical degree at the University of Virginia, residency in Child Neurology at Nationwide Children’s, and fellowship in Sports Neurology at The Sports Neurology Clinic. He is board certified in Neurology with special qualifications in Child Neurology.
Dr. Rose’s clinical practice focuses on concussion and other neurological conditions in athletes. Research interests include neurocognitive effects of sub-concussive impacts and the physiological and autonomic characteristics of concussion and post-concussion syndrome. Among his experiences, Dr. Rose has provided sideline coverage for multiple Division 1 collegiate athletics programs, was a consultant for the NBA’s concussion program, and led a multi-year prospective outcomes study in youth football players.