Dustin Hines

Adjunct Postdoctoral Fellow




Chillicothe, Ohio

Why Did You Choose to Become Part of MSU Neurology?

I heard about the program from a past graduate and was impressed by the caliber of clinical excellence exercised by the faculty and staff.  The education offered is unmatched and allows me to see a variety of unique pathology as well as develop as a future clinician in a comfortable learning environment.  The icing on the cake regarding my decision was during the interview process when Dr. Kaufman said, "I cannot wait to shake your hand."

Extracurricular Interests and Activities: 

Powerlifting; acting in local plays and musicals; singing in solo and group ensembles; following college and professional football; playing video games; playing with my two English Mastiffs



Selected Publications: 
Hines, Dustin A.; Weinstock, Michael MD. The Case Files: Unilateral Mydriasis in an Asymptomatic Patient. Emergency Medicine News: April 19, 2022 - Volume 44 - Issue 4B - 10.1097/01.EEM.0000829004.32314.3f doi: 10.1097/01.EEM.0000829004.32314.3f
Education and Professional Positions: 
D.O., Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine (OU-HCOM), 2022
B.S., Biology with concentration in Biomedical Sciences, Shawnee State University, 2018
B.F.A, Musical Theater, Shawnee State University, 2018
Resident Location
Current Resident Location: 
Postdoctoral Training
Postdoctoral Training: 
Michigan State University Neuro-Ophthalmology Pre-Residency Fellowship, 2022-current

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