Jessica Robb, MD is an Assistant Professor at University of Rochester Medical Center with a primary focus in neuro-immunology. Dr. Robb received her undergraduate degree at Haverford College and medical degree at University of Pittsburgh. She completed internship in internal medicine and residency in neurology at University of Rochester Medical Center. This was followed by a Clinical Multiple Sclerosis Fellowship and Experimental Therapeutics Fellowship also at University of Rochester Medical Center.
She specializes in seeing patients with multiple sclerosis and other neuro-immunologic disorders in particular neuromyelitis optica (NMO.) Her areas of interest include women's issues in multiple sclerosis patients, patient decision-making, and increasing access to care using telemedicine.