Suzanne Bertisch, MD, MPH is clinical director of Behavioral Sleep Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and an assistant professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her current research includes epidemiologic research on the impact of sleep and sleep disorders on cardiovascular risk and migraine, for which she has won several awards. Dr. Bertisch has conducted clinical trials designed to adapt sleep interventions to a variety of community and clinical populations. She currently leads a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute project focused on the dissemination of behavioral interventions to support Positive Airway Pressure use and has co-led innovations aimed to improve the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders in the primary care setting.
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