Seniha Ozudogru, MD

University of Pennsylvania

Dr. Seniha Ozudogru is an assistant professor of Neurology at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.  She completed her medical school training in Istanbul, Turkey in 2010. Then she completed a transitional internship year in Chicago and a neurology residency at Drexel University in Philadelphia where she served as a Chief resident. She finished headache fellowship at the University of Utah. She worked as a faculty for 5 years at the same institute and was the director of headache medicine fellowship in 2021-2022 academic year. She recently joined to University of Pennsylvania as a headache specialist in July 2022. As a clinician in an academic center, her focus is on education of residents, fellows, and patients in headache medicine. Her research interest is the use of headache procedures on specific headache populations. Some of her ongoing projects are SPG block in acute post stroke headache and role of occipital nerve blocks in migraine treatment during pregnancy.


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