Sleep Research Society &

American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Undergraduate, Graduate and Postgraduate Training Opportunities 

in Basic and Clinical Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine

2001 - V Edition

 

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Institution

Research and Sleep Medicine Laboratories

Address

Central New England Sleep Disorders Institute

St. Vincent Hospital at Worcester Medical Center

20 Worcester Center Boulevard

Worcester, MA 01608-1320

USA

Faculty (Name, Email address)

Jayant G. Phadke, M.D. Jayant.Phadke@tenethealth.com

Kevin Dushay, M.D. Kevin.Dushay@tenethealth.com

Andrea Chiaramonte, M.D. Andrea.Chiaramonte@te43etheth.com

Leslie Bourne, M.D. Leslie.Bourne@te43etheth.com

Conrad Nadeau, M.D. 25 Winthrop St. Worcester, MA

Types of Training Available

Non-Accredited Fellowship Programs in Sleep Medicine. (Application for Accreditation in Process)

Types of Funding Available:

Full time fellowship in Sleep Medicine through the Department of Neurology is available for one year.

Current Trainees (Names and Email address):

Divya Gupta, M.D. Divya.Gupta@tenethealth.com

Trainees who have completed training [in the past five years] and current status (Name, Title, Institution, Email):

 

Primary Research and/or Clinical Focus of Laboratory

Primary Training Focus of the fellowship is to provide comprehensive clinical training in the field of clinical evaluation of patients with various sleep disorders including but not restricted to sleep related breathing disorders, narcolepsy, periodic limb movements, REM and non-REM parasomnias, insomnia, shift work and circadic disorders. Comprehensive training in adult and pediatric polysomnographic interpretation is provided. Ongoing involvement in the field of adult clinical Neurology including interpretation of EEG, will form part of the commitment. Research opportunities include clinically based research in the field of Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome, sleep apnea, periodic limb movements and possible drug trials in the field of narcolepsy. Teaching of rotating Neurology residents and technologists in training form part of the daily experience. The application of the accreditation of the fellowship by AASM is currently in progress.

Technical Capabilities of Lab

Primary Training Focus

Human (Clinical Practice)

Other Training Opportunities

Representative Publications For the Last Five Years

www link for the Lab

Faculty Research Interests