Subspecialty Rotations

The interdisciplinary training you will receive in our subspecialty rotations helps you achieve a solid understanding of other fields involved in sleep medicine.

By providing you with direct exposure to subspecialty training sites, clinics and experts, we take you beyond theoretical learning and enable you to gain first-hand experience of specialties pertinent to sleep medicine.

We give you a flexible timetable for completing these rotations; throughout our yearlong fellowship, you can coordinate with other fellows to schedule rotations according to your availability.

Learn more about our subspecialty rotations:

  • Bariatric Medicine
    Our bariatric medicine rotation teaches you about the way obesity specialists work with sleep medicine physicians to treat bariatric patients.
  • Dental Sleep Medicine
    Deepen your understanding of how dentists specializing in dental sleep medicine are involved in managing sleep-related breathing disorders.
  • Oral Surgery
    In our oral surgery rotation, you will gain insight into how therapeutic modalities employed by oral surgeons affect patients with sleep disorders.
  • Orthodontics
    In our fellowship, you will have the unique opportunity of learning about oral appliances at one of the largest orthodontic laboratories in the United States.
  • Otolaryngology
    Our otolaryngology rotation is designed to help you learn about the role of otolaryngology practice in your treatment of sleep apnea patients.
  • Pediatric
    Guided by our seasoned faculty, you will gain experience with sleep disorders occurring in children and adolescents and learn about conducting sleep studies and interpreting their results.
  • Psychiatry
    Our psychiatry subspecialty rotation educates you about the comorbidity of sleep disorders and various psychiatric conditions.
  • Sleep Center Administration
    Our fellowship not only trains you to provide the highest level of patient care, it also ensures that you are informed about the administrative side of managing patients.