Sleep Disorders Center

The Sleep Disorders Center was established in 2012. The Center seeks to fulfill its goal of improving the health by serving three key functions: clinical care, education, and research. Sleep disorders span many medical fields, requiring multidisciplinary approaches not only to treatment, but also to basic research. The center works with psychiatrists, neurologists, pulmonologists, dentists, psychologists, neuroscientists, cellular and molecular biologists. The Center strives to provide outstanding clinical care for all patients with a wide variety of sleep disorders, as well as education for patients and their families, other physicians and physicians-in-training. The physicians are also involved in numerous research studies to improve our understanding of the mechanisms, diagnosis and treatments for sleep disorders.

Departments

Specialized Disease Centers