Jayne Ward

Jayne Ward
D.O.
Professor; Director, AOA Residency
Biography: 

Dr. Ward, a Spartan through and through, received her BS from MSU in Physical Education and Exercise Science in 1991. She then went on to graduate from MSU's College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1996 and, following a year-long internal medicine internship, completed her three year Neurology Residency at Garden City Osteopathic Hospital.

Her career has brought her back to Michigan State University where she practices general neurology in the Department of Neurology and Ophthalmology. Her research interests focus on Multiple Sclerosis and medical education.

 

Awards: 
Golden Apple Teaching Award - Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2017
Golden Apple Teaching Award - Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2016
Outstanding Curriculum Contributions Award – Michigan State University College Advisory Council (2013)
Michigan State University AT&T Faculty-Staff Instructional Technology Award, team member, HM513 (2009)
Clinical Faculty Excellence Award – Michigan State University College Advisory Council (2007)
Clinical Faculty Excellence Award – Michigan State University College Advisory Council (2005)
Selected Publications: 
Muhammad U Farooq, Jayne H.W. Martin and Michael T Andary, Unusual presentation of hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsies
, Journal of Brachial Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injury, 3:2 (24 Jan 2008)
A. Bhatt, R. Aburashed, M. Farooq, B. Naravetla, JHW Martin, H. Chang, Leptomeningeal Carcinomatosis: An initial presenting manifestation of a primary malignancy,Neuro-oncology 2008
MK Keng, JHW Martin, S Wehner & GL Birbeck. The use of complementary therapies among headache patients newly referred to a neurology clinic. Headache 2004;44(5):503-504.
Education and Professional Positions: 
D.O., Michigan State University; East Lansing, MI 1996
B.S., Michigan State University, Physical Education and Exercise Science; East Lansing, MI 1991
Selected Abstracts: 
Faith Lincoln, Rajiv Ranganathan, Jayne Ward and Florian Kagerer, Modulation of kinesthetic impairment in bimanual movements, presented at North American Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity, June 2015
JHW Martin, B. Mavis, GL Birbeck, K. Lovell. Predictors of success and failure among medical students. AAMC Central Group on Educational Affairs Spring Meeting, 2004.
Academic Appointments: 
2016-Present: Professor and Residency Director, Michigan State University, Neurology
2006-2016: Associate Professor and Residency Director, Michigan State University, Neurology
2002-2006: Assistant Professor and Residency Director, Michigan State University, Neurology
2000-2002: Instructor and Assistant Residency Director, Michigan State University, Neurology
Postdoctoral Training: 
Residency, Neurology, Garden City Osteopathic Hospital; Garden City, MI 2000
Internship, Genesys Regional Medical Center; Grand Blanc, MI 1997
Memberships: 
American Osteopathic Association
American Academy of Neurology
American College of Osteopathic Neurologists and Psychiatrists
Michigan Neurologic Association
Michigan Osteopathic Association
Subspecialty: 
Comprehensive Neurology and National Multiple Sclerosis Society Clinic

Contact Info.

Clinical Center
804 Service Road
Room: A217
East Lansing
MI
48824
Office Phone: (517) 432-9277
Clinic Phone: (517) 353-8122

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