Dan Chapman, DO,PharmD

Assistant Professor of Clinical

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Dan Chapman, DO,PharmD

An Expert Neurologist Specializing in Multiple Sclerosis

Dr. Dan Chapman is a highly skilled neurologist with specialized training in the diagnosis and treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) and other immune-mediated diseases affecting the central nervous system. As a dedicated member of the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute (UCGNI), Dr. Chapman is committed to providing exceptional care and forging strong partnerships with his patients.

Patient Empowerment and Personalized MS Treatment Plans

Dr. Chapman's philosophy of care revolves around empowering his patients to better understand their conditions and actively participate in creating personalized treatment plans. His focus on MS began during his neurology residency, where he witnessed the different presentations of the disease in patients of all ages and backgrounds.

Advancing Patient Care with Clinical Trials for MS

Passionate about advancing patient care, Dr. Chapman is actively involved in clinical trials at UCGNI. He believes that despite the availability of effective treatments for MS, there is still room for improvement, and being at the forefront of cutting-edge treatments is crucial for the well-being of his patients.

Educational Background: Pharmacy and Neurology Expertise

Dr. Chapman holds a doctorate in pharmacy in addition to his medical degree. He served as Chief Resident during his neurology residency at the University of Cincinnati and further pursued a clinical fellowship in MS and Neuroimmunology at Oregon Health & Science University and Portland VA Medical Center. He received board certification in Neurology from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in 2022.

Research Focus: Appropriate Management of MS Symptoms

Dr. Chapman's research is focused on the appropriate and potentially inappropriate use of medications to manage MS symptoms. This research directly contributes to improving the quality of life for patients and provides valuable insights to referring physicians.

Building Meaningful Patient Relationships

Beyond his professional accomplishments, Dr. Chapman finds joy in building meaningful relationships with his patients and colleagues. He finds constant inspiration in learning from these interactions, shaping his practice to be attentive, thorough, and informative. Dr. Chapman's patients can expect compassionate care, with a focus on understanding their disease and treatment plan.

Outside of work, Dr. Chapman is a runner, participating in races such as the Flying Pig Marathon. He enjoys spending quality time with his wife and two cats, exploring new restaurants, antique stores, live music, and traveling.




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Neurology & Rehabilitation Medicine


Medical Degree

Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine


Pharmacy Degree

Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharmacy



University of Cincinnati



Oregon Health & Science University


Board Certifications

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Neurology)