Meghan Romba, MD, is a board-certified neurologist and is an acting assistant professor in the Department of Neurology at University of Washington. Dr. Romba specializes in the treatment of individuals living with multiple sclerosis, neuromyelitis optica, transverse myelitis, neurosarcoidosis, and other neuroimmunologic disorders affecting the brain and spinal cord. She is dedicated to providing comprehensive, patient-centered care for individuals living with multiple sclerosis. Her goal is to partner with patients as they adapt to their diagnosis, provide information regarding the most current treatment options available, and develop an individualized treatment plan. It is a privilege to care for patients and her goal is to provide the best care possible for them. Dr. Romba earned her M.D. from University of Illinois. She completed neurology residency at the University of Washington followed by fellowship in multiple sclerosis at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. Romba's personal interests include spending time with family, hiking in Washington, and reading.
Education and Training
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Fellowship, 2017, Multiple Sclerosis
UW - Dept. of Neurology
Residency, 2016, Neurology
UW - Division of General Internal Medicine
Internship, 2013, Internal Medicine
University of Illinois College of Medicine
Medical Education, 2012
Neurology, 2016, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology