Charles L. Rosen, MD, PhD
Neurosurgeon in Central Illinois

Neurosurgeon
Dr. Charles L. Rosen

Dr. Charles Rosen’s neurosurgery expertise is focused on cranial base and neurovascular surgery, as well as complex intradural tumors of the third ventricle, posterior fossa, and spinal cord.
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About Dr. Charles L. Rosen

Dr. Charles Rosen’s neurosurgery expertise is focused on cranial base and neurovascular surgery, as well as complex intradural tumors of the third ventricle, posterior fossa, and spinal cord.

Dr. Rosen is currently at Central Illinois Neuro Health Sciences where he practices at both CINHS in Bloomington, IL, as well as Champaign, IL.

Dr. Rosen most recently served as Department Chair of Neurological Surgery at West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine from 2012 through 2017, following his 2011 appointment as Interim Department Chair.

He joined the faculty at WVU in 2001 and held various positions in the WVU Department of Neurosurgery, including vice chair, director of research and the neurosurgical research laboratories, director of cranial base surgery, and program director for residency in neurological surgery.

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If you would like to refer a patient to Dr Rosen, please call 309-662-7500 ext 256

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Dr. Rosen Specializes in:

  • cranial base
  • neurovascular
  • aneurysms
  • meningioma
  • strokes
  • Head injuries.

Dr. Rosen Specializes in:

Cranial Base Surgery
Neurovascular Surgery
Aneurysms
Meningioma
Strokes
Head Injuries

Face Pain

Face pain is something that I've got many patients sent to me for and I wanted to talk a little about this because there's a lot of misconceptions about this. Face pain can be divided into all different types and as a neurosurgeon, I deal with something...

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Reversible Dementia

So many of us face the dilemma of a family member, an older family member, a parent, and aunt and uncle, who starts having some memory problems and there are the issues of dementia. Unfortunately, many dementias are difficult to treat, tend to be...

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Testimonial: Heather and Hunter Sexton

So, I met Dr. Rosen when I was a C.A., taking care of his patients, um, as an aide and then I advanced my career into nursing and switched over to the R.N. role and have been there ever since. I was at work, uh, in a patient's room, working, and my phone...

Testimonial: Ed DeCosta

The name of it was a hemangiopericytoma, and it was in the frontal lobe, the front part of my brain cavity, and it had grown to the size of a grapefruit. It was impacting my self-awareness, and so I was behaving in very different ways. And of course my...

Testimonials: Cara Sedney, MD

I've known Dr. Rosen since I was a medical student. He started out as a mentor, mentoring me through the process to become a neurosurgeon, then he was my boss as a trainee, then I stayed on at WVU and he was my boss in my first job. I've known him as a...

Testimonial: Richard Douglas, MD

Several years ago, I became critically ill, where I was hospitalized at the university hospital for two months. He visited me every day of the week for two months to check on my well-being. As a fellow department member, he felt that was part of his...

Testimonial: Dr. Sanjay Bhatia

Dr. Rosen has always been one of my mentors and somebody that I thought I would like to emulate over time. A very skillful surgeon and an excellent human being, and I'd been working with him pretty closely for about seven years. There's numerous examples...

Dr. Charles L. Rosen Named Chair of the WVU Department of Neurosurgery

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Charles L. Rosen, M.D., Ph.D., has been named chair of the West Virginia University Department of Neurosurgery. Arthur Ross, III, M.D., M.B.A., dean of the WVU School of Medicine, announced the appointment on Tuesday.

Sophisticated Technology, Cross-Specialty Collaboration Push WVU Healthcare to the Frontiers of Neuroscience

From mobile computerized tomography scans that allow real-time imaging in the operating room to innovative uses of transcranial Doppler to monitor the mechanisms of stroke, neurologists and neurosurgeons at West Virginia University (WVU) Healthcare are equipped with a 21st century armamentarium to treat…

Dr. Charles L. Rosen Named Chair of the WVU Department of Neurosurgery.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Charles L. Rosen, M.D., Ph.D., has been named chair of the West Virginia University Department of Neurosurgery. Arthur Ross, III, M.D., M.B.A., dean of the WVU School of Medicine, announced the appointment on Tuesday…

View Dr. Rosen's Contributions to the Journal of Neurosurgery

The Journal of Neurosurgery Publishing Group (JNSPG) is the scholarly journals publication arm of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance the practice of neurosurgery worldwide.

Elucidating the Severity of Preclinical Traumatic Brain Injury Models

Concussion remains a symptom-based diagnosis clinically, yet preclinical studies investigating traumatic brain injury, of which concussion is believed to represent a ‘mild’ form, emphasize histological endpoints with functional assessments often minimized or ignored all together. Recently, clinical studies have…

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Dr. Charles Rosen In the News

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