Eric Grover, MD

Dr. Grover was raised in Montreal, Quebec. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology
with a specialization in behavioral neurobiology from Concordia University, Montreal in 2005. He began
medical school at St. Georges University School of Medicine in 2006. Clinical rotations were completed
at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, New Jersey and New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn
Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, New York. He then finished a 4-year adult neurology residency at the
University of South Alabama in 2014 where his interest in epilepsy, stroke and critical care neurology
developed. He pursued specialized training in epilepsy and graduated from a 2-year epilepsy fellowship
at Yale University School of Medicine in 2016. During his time at Yale, he published peer reviewed
articles and presented at international conferences. After training he worked for Dartmouth Hitchcock in
their community practice group for 5 years, where in addition to clinical duties, he educated the next
generation of physicians as an Associate Professor of Neurology. He then moved to Boston and worked
at Mount Auburn Hospital as an Instructor of Neurology for Harvard Medical School. He joined our
practice in the fall of 2023. He is triple board certified in Adult Neurology, Epilepsy and Clinical
Neurophysiology. He enjoys alpine skiing, mountain biking and spending time with his family.