Comprehensive and Collaborative Sleep Medicine Fellowship
The Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program is a one-year, Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-accredited program. The program is under the direction of Kingman Strohl, MD, an internationally recognized expert in sleep medicine and respiratory control. Our program includes contributing faculty on the following specialties:
- Internal medicine
- Family medicine
- Pulmonary medicine
- Ear Nose and Throat, sleep surgery
Message from the Director
The Sleep Medicine Fellowship evolved out of expertise in basic and applied research on respiratory control relevant to sleep apnea and has evolved since its accreditation in 2008 into a multidisciplinary clinical and research center for Sleep Medicine. We provide an integrated pediatric and adult learning environment, with the fellow gaining competency in delivering care based on evidence, and the science of sleep and chronobiology.
Associate Program Directors
Program Expertise from a Range of Sleep Experts
The program has expertise in critical evaluation of the educational transfer of knowledge about sleep. The Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program utilizes research programs at:
- UH Cleveland Medical Center
- Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
- Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center
- MetroHealth Medical Center
Our collaborative faculty members from these institutions serve as mentors, trainers, committee members or evaluators.
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