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Jonathan Rosand, MD

Director, Division of Neurocritical Care and Emergency Neurology

Director, Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit

  • Phone: 855-644-6387
Departments
Department of Neurology

Specialties

  • Critical Care Center
  • Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit
  • Vascular Center
  • Neurology
Clinical Interests
Brain health
Neurocritical Care
Stroke
Brain hemorrhage
Locations
Boston: Massachusetts General Hospital
Medical Education
MD, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
Residency, Massachusetts General Hospital
Board Certifications
Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Vascular Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Gender
Male
Patient Gateway
Yes, learn more
Foreign Languages
Italian
Patient Age Group
Adult
Accepting New Patients
Yes

BiographyJonathan Rosand MD MSc is a critical care and vascular neurologist with expertise in the genetics of complex diseases. An internationally recognized clinician-scientist and educator, he is Chief of the Division of Neurocritical Care and Emergency Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Director of the MGH Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit, holds the J Phillip Kistler Endowed Chair in Neurology, and Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Rosand's multidisciplinary research group is part of the MGH Center for Human Genetic Research and has made substantial contributions to knowledge of the genetics and imaging of cerebrovascular disease. He cares for patients in the Intensive Care Unit, the Emergency Department, and the outpatient setting.

Neurology Bicentennial Celebration, 2011 Part II

Neurology Bicentennial Celebration, October 13, 2011. Clinical and research presentations on ALS, Stroke, Alzheimer’s Disease, and Parkinson’s Disease

A young man recovers from seizures and coma

The Neuro Critical Care Team’s excellence in service and innovation bring a young man back to life after epileptic seizures leave him comatose for five months. Features Dr. Rosand and Dr. Cole.

Raising awareness of traumatic brain injury

ONE MOMENT TOM KEARNEY was walking along busy Oxford Street in London, England – the next he was laying on the pavement with a cracked skull, collapsed lungs and blood streaming from his ears and mouth. It was Dec. 18, 2009, and the businessman and Harvard University graduate had just been struck by a 16-ton bus – the impact projecting him 20 feet down the street and leaving him in a near-death coma.

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