Christopher Robinson, DO, MS



Department of Neurology

Assistant Professor, Neurocritical Care

Dr. Robinson is a fellowship trained neurointensivist. He received his medical degree with high honors from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Following medical school, Dr. Robinson completed his neurology residency at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL, where he also served as chief resident. He subsequently went on to complete his fellowship training in the subspecialty of neurocritical care at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Dr. Robinson comes to UF from the Mayo Clinic.


Phone: (352) 273-5550
Fax: (352) 273-5575

Department of Neurology

Room L3-100, McKnight Brain Institute
1149 Newell Drive
Gainesville, FL. 32611

Clinical Interests

Moderate and Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Mechanical Ventilation in Critically Ill Patients
Systemic Manifestations of Neurologic Disease
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

Research Interests

Traumatic Brain Injury
Coagulation Abnormalities in Neurologic Disease
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Simulation Based Training in Neurologic Disease

Teaching Interests

Medical Complications of Neurologic Disease
Cardiac Manifestations of Neurologic Disease
Education of medical students, residents, and fellows

Awards and Recognition

Chief Resident Loyola University Medical Center

Professional Society Affiliations

Society of Critical Care Medicine
Neurocritical Care Society
American Academy of Neurology

Medical Education

West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine 2011


Loyola University Medical Center 2012


Loyola University Medical Center – 2012-2015


Mayo Clinic, Rochester 2015-2017


Braksick, Sherri A., Christopher P. Robinson, and Eelco FM Wijdicks. “Bilateral Middle Cerebral Artery Occlusion In Rapid Succession During Thrombolysis.” The Neurohospitalist (2017): 1941874417712159.

Robinson CP, Zalewski NL, Rabinstein AA. Ruptured MCA Aneurysm Presenting as Intracerebral Hemorrhage. Neurocrit Care. 2016 Oct 28.

Robinson, Christopher P., Michael Star, and José Biller. “Can Patients with Known Intracranial and Intraspinal Vascular Lesions Be Anticoagulated?.” Anticoagulation and Hemostasis in Neurosurgery. Springer International Publishing, 2016. 343-361.

Robinson, Christopher P., Michael Pizzi, and Eelco Wijdicks. “1829: AORTIC Cannulation and Cerebral Hyperfusion Syndrome: A rare Cause of Unilateral Brain Edema.” Critical Care Medicine 44.12 (2016): 532.

Robinson, Christopher and Brendan Wanta. “1743: Liver transplantation in a patient with Pneumocystis Pneumonia: A First Report in the Literature.” Critical Care Medicine 44.12 (2016): 511.

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