Dustin Hines

Clinical Instructor/Resident




Chillicothe, Ohio

Why Did You Choose to Become Part of MSU Neurology?

I heard about the program while I was training in a Neuro-Ophthalmology Pre-Residency Fellowship at MSU.  I was impressed by the caliber of clinical excellence exercised by the faculty and the sense of family and camaraderie among the residents.  I knew several members of the MSU Neurology team and felt it would be an excellet place to train and call home.  

If You Were Not a Doctor, What Would You Have Chosen as a Career?  

I would have been an actor.  I have undergone professional voice, acting and dancing lessons, so I am only waiting for my big break.  

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

Contact Info.

MSU Clinical Center
804 Service Road
Room: A-217
East Lansing
Office Phone: 517-432-9277
Clinic Phone: 517-353-8122

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