Dr. Strohl is a professor of medicine and physiology and biophysics at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Strohl has specific expertise in clinical surveys, questionnaire development, and mixed-method protocols, in addition to clinical disorders and physiology of sleep. His first paper was the first description of a familial aggregation of sleep apnea (Strohl et al 1978) and it largely defined his research interests in ventilatory control, sleep wake cycles, circadian rhythm, upper airway mechanical properties, physiologic markers, biochemical consequences and genetic mechanisms. He is one of the developers of the "Berlin Questionnaire," a widely used tool for pre-test probability for sleep apnea and a companion survey that includes assessments for insomnia, excessive sleepiness and restless legs syndrome. He collaborates with scientists locally, nationally, and internationally and his work is widely disseminated.
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