Charles L. Rosen, MD, PhD
Neurosurgeon and Former WVU Professor

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Meet Dr. Rosen

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, and director of cranial base surgery.

He was professor of Neurosurgery and Program Director for Residency in Neurological Surgery in the WVU Department of Neurosurgery at WVU School of Medicine, among other academic and clinical roles.

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Head Injuries in Children

Dr. Charles L. Rosen, Neurosurgeon of Morgantown, WV, discusses head injuries in children. Anybody who's raised a child has watched their child get hurt, unfortunately, playing sports or playing around outside and the big issue is always deciphering when...

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Fall Sports–Concussions

Dr. Charles L. Rosen, Neurosurgeon in Morgantown, WV, discusses fall sports and consussions. Something parents are concerned about are concussions in children. Two sports in particular:  soccer and football, obviously football even more so. I hate the word...

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