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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Department of Neurology Section of Sleep Medicine Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search Home Our Team Patient CarePatient Care About Us Find a Provider Conditions and Treatments Resources Locations EducationEducation Fellowship Accredited Sleep Technologist Education Program (A-STEP) Patient and Community Education ResearchResearch Labs Publications Contact Us Open Search Our section is committed to improving the quality of life for those experiencing sleep disorders through patient care, medical education and research. +7,800 clinic visits per year ACGME & AASM accreditation Annual clinical fellowships Multidisciplinary, dedicated sleep center As one of the largest multidisciplinary sleep programs in the nation, our Sleep Medicine Center has the advantage of working with first-class providers involved in both patient care and cutting-edge research. Explore our center Top-ranked education Our section is committed to promoting public health through educational offerings — from community outreach to higher educational opportunities adhering to national standards of rigor and quality patient care. Explore education Top-ranked education Our section is committed to promoting public health through educational offerings — from community outreach to higher educational opportunities adhering to national standards of rigor and quality patient care. Explore education Expanding the frontiers of sleep medicine research Highly collaborative and cross-specialty, our research projects span basic, translational and clinical science, including mechanistic studies, cellular and molecular neuroscience approaches, longitudinal observational studies and groundbreaking clinical trials. Explore our research News The Source Why do we sleep? Researchers propose an answer to this age-old question (Links to an external site) January 8, 2024 USA Today ‘Night owls’ more likely to die younger, study says. But the problem isn’t sleep. (Links to an external site) June 19, 2023 Washington University Physicians Tired of Fatigue? The Sleep Medicine Center Can Help (Links to an external site) April 23, 2023 Section of Sleep MedicineDepartment of Neurology1600 S. Brentwood BlvdSuite 600St. Louis, MO 63144314-362-4342 | Fax: 314-747-3813Contact Us ©2024 Washington University in St. Louis   Loading Comments...   You must be logged in to post a comment.

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