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Jacqueline Rosenthal M.D.


MS Institute Appointments

Jacqueline Rosenthal, M.D., has been with Shepherd Center since 2019 and sees patients at the Andrew C. Carlos Multiple Sclerosis Institute.


  • Neurological disorders that originate from the brain, spinal cord, or nervous system.

Professional Summary

Education & Training

Madigan Army Medical Center
Residency, Neurology, 2009-2013

Morehouse School of Medicine
Medical School, 2009

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Certified in Neurology

GA State Medical License
Active through 2024

VA State Medical License
Active through 2024

About Jacqueline Rosenthal, M.D.

Dr. Jacqueline Rosenthal is a neurologist at the Andrew C. Carlos MS institute at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA. She is a graduate of Morehouse School of Medicine and completed her neurology residency at Madigan Army Medical Center.

After completing residency, she practiced general neurology at Martin Army Community Hospital, and it was during this time that she developed a special interest in patients with multiple sclerosis and other neuroimmunologic conditions. After separating from the U.S. Army she completed a neuroimmunology fellowship at the Atlanta VA Medical Center and Emory MS Clinic during which time her primary research centered around the examination of neurodegenerative biomarkers of cognitive dysfunction in patients with multiple sclerosis.

Dr. Rosenthal joined Shepherd Center’s medical staff in July 2019. She participates actively in clinical research and has worked with various MS committees and workgroups to further MS education and increase awareness.

Outside of patient care and clinical research activities, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two young sons.

Hear from Jacqueline Rosenthal, M.D.

Dr. Rosenthal shares what inspired her to get involved in neurology and her approach to treating and managing multiple sclerosis.