Dr. Stino has expertise in the treatment of neuromuscular disorders, with special clinical and research interest in the care of patients with acquired peripheral neuropathy. As director of the Michigan Medicine Peripheral Neuropathy Clinic, he provides multi-disciplinary care for patients. Additionally, Dr. Stino serves as a site principal investigator on multi-center studies in the areas of metabolic and autoimmune neuropathy. He is presently conducting an investigator initiated phase 1b trial on the novel use of Lenalidomide in anti-myelin-associated glycoprotein neuropathy.
Evaluating drug therapies for pain control in patients with neuropathy
- BS, Brain, Behavioral, and Cognitive Sciences, University of Michigan, 2006
- MD, Wayne State University School of Medicine, 2010
- Residency, Detroit Medical Center - Wayne State University, Neurology, 2014
- Fellowship, Clinical Neurophysiology, Mayo Clinic, 2015
Honors & Awards
- University of Michigan, William Branstrom Freshman Prize, 2003