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The Sleep Disorders Center

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The Johns Hopkins Hospital Sleep Disorders Center is comprised of an interdisciplinary team of health care providers including pulmonologists, neurologists, psychologists, anesthesiologists and otolaryngologists, who are all board-certified in their own specialty and most of whom are board certified or board-eligible in sleep medicine. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Sleep Disorders Center is fully accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital Sleep Disorders 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 of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Sleep Disorders Center are also involved in numerous research studies to improve our understanding of the mechanisms, diagnosis and treatments for sleep disorders.


Suspect a Sleep Disorder? A New App Can Help

MySleep-101 puts insights from Johns Hopkins sleep specialists on clinicians’ smartphones and tablets.
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Circadian Rhythms

What makes one person greet the day with smiles and energy, and another hide under the covers until the last possible moment? It's a combination of genetics, the environment and our lifestyle choices, says sleep specialist Mark Wu.
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Johns Hopkins Doctors Develop App to Identify Sleep Disorders (Baltimore Business Journal)

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