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Dr. Gross received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Columbia University in 1973. He then obtained his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio in 1978. Dr. Gross spent 6 years in Philadelphia at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where he was resident for two years in the Department of Medicine, and eventually transitioned to the Department of Neurology, where he completed his residency in 1983. He completed his post-graduate training, with one year as neuromuscular fellow.
In 1984 Dr. Gross moved to Connecticut and joined Associated Neurologists of Southern Connecticut with offices in Fairfield and Milford. While he was with ANSC he helped expand the practice from 3 to 8 neurologists, hired nurses and physician assistants, and added infusion services and other intervention methods for their patients. He built a large practice in multiple sclerosis, and in 2012 the practice became a MS Comprehensive Care Center with certification by the National MS Society. Dr. Gross was director of clinical research while at ANSC and was principal investigator in many MS pharmaceutical trials and trials in other neurological conditions. Dr. Gross served as Chief of Neurology at St. Vincent Medical Center and served on the board of directors of the Connecticut MS society for many years.
Dr. Gross, along with the ANSC staff, joined the Yale Faculty in 2019, where he continues his practice of clinical neurology and as investigator in clinical trials. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and by the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
Dr. Gross continues his practice in Fairfield and Milford and now sees patients at the Yale MS Neruo-Immunology Clinic in North Haven