Interested candidates must be able to show completion of an ACGME-accredited residency program in one of the following specialties: internal medicine, neurology, pediatrics, family medicine, otolaryngology, psychiatry, or anesthesiology. We are sorry, but we are unable to accommodate H1b visa status applicants at this time. We are seeking academically strong candidates who have a genuine interest in and enthusiasm for sleep medicine, with a strong desire to teach others about this field. Successful candidates will be excellent communicators, with an ability to think "outside the boundaries" of their primary specialty, in the pursuit of comprehensive clinical experience.
The Sleep Disorders Center was founded by Medical School Dean Emeritus Dr. Andrew Chesson, and has been nationally accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine since 1985. The Center provides integrated multidisciplinary care in sleep medicine, operates a nationally accredited program for training physicians in the practice of sleep medicine, and conducts research to discover new knowledge about sleep disorders.