Sleep Medicine Faculty

Our multidisciplinary faculty encompasses board certified specialists in Psychiatry, Psychology, Endocrine, Bariatric Surgery, Pediatrics, Neurology, Oromaxillofacial Surgery, Otolaryngology and Sleep Medicine. The faculty has extensive clinical experience and is very well versed in teaching and administrative duties (see respective CV’s). The faculty has published extensively in their fields of expertise in nationally and internationally renowned peered-review journals. Some members of the faculty are actively involved in clinical research. The faculty is very committed to regular participation in clinical supervision of the fellows, rounds, journal clubs, multidisciplinary conferences and research conferences.

Program Director

Kryger, Meir

Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary) and Clinical Professor of Nursing

Core Faculty

Kryger, Meir

Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary) and Clinical Professor of Nursing

Research Interests:Sleep medicine; Sleep apnea therapy; Treatment compliance; Outcomes research

Clinical Interests:sleep breathing problems;obstructive sleep apnea;insomnia; narcolepsy; sleep disorders in women; pediatric sleep disorders.

  • Office:(203) 932-5711 x3953
  • Appt:(203) 785-6760

Mohsenin, Vahid

Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary)

Research Interests:Mechanisms of cardiovascular complications and hypertension in sleep apnea

Clinical Interests:Sleep-disorders; Sleep apnea; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD); Critical care (Respiratory failure)

  • Office:(203) 785-4163
  • Appt:(203) 287-3550

Won, Christine

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary)
Medical Director, Yale Centers for Sleep Medicine
Director, Women's Sleep Health Program

Clinical Interests:sleep disorders; general pulmonology; intensive care

  • Appt:(203) 785-6760

Yaggi, Henry Klar

Associate Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary)
Director, Yale Centers for Sleep Medicine

Research Interests:Obstructive sleep apnea;stroke;cardiovascular disease;diabetes;clinical epidemiology;sleep-disordered breathing;clinical trials; prognosis;

Clinical Interests:Sleep-disordered breathing and its relationship to cardiovascular disease, stroke and cv risk factors; lung and pulmonary disease; critical care medicine

  • Office:(203) 785-4163
  • Appt:(203) 932-5711 x2208

Other Faculty

Buchanan, Gordon

Assistant Professor (Adjunct) of Neurology

Fortgang, Paul L.

Clinical Instructor in Surgery (Otolaryngology)

Jabbari, Bahman

Professor of Neurology
Director, Botulinum Toxin treatment program

Tobias, Lauren

Clinical Fellow in and Instructor in Medicine