Samuel L. Carter

D.O.
Sparrow and MSU Neurology Resident

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Biography
Biography: 

Hometown:

Southfield, Michigan

Why did you choose to become part of Michigan State University Neurology?

Strong dual-accredited program with rapidly expanding academic facilities and faculty.  Diverse patient population and great opportunity to work on clinical skills with research options as well.  Welcoming residents and faculty, and all part of the Michigan State community!

If you were not a doctor, what would you have chosen as a career?

History Teacher

Extracurricular interests and activities:

Basketball, Running and Fitness, Reading, and Hiking

Publications
Selected Publications: 
Acromegaly Case Report: An atypical Opthalmic Presentation of a Rare Disease. Szeles, A.R., Carter S.L.
Education
Education and Professional Positions: 
D.O., Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine 2016
B.S., Michigan State University; East Lansing, MI 2012
Resident Location
Current Resident Location: 
Residency Curriculum
Residency Curriculum: 
PGY-4
Postdoctoral Training
Postdoctoral Training: 
Internship, Sparrow Hospital; Lansing, MI 2009
Clinical Interests
Clinical Interests: 

Stroke, Endovascular Intervention, Neuro-Critical Care

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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