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Dr. David Gozal

Professor and Chairman of the Pediatrics Department

University of Chicago

Direct Phone: (773) ***-****       

Email: d***@***.edu

University of Chicago

5841 S. Maryland Avenue

Chicago, Illinois 60637

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

President

American Thoracic Society

Founder, Division of Pediatric Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program

University of Louisville

Chairman of Pediatrics

Tulane University

Herbert T. Abelson Professor and Chairman

Pediatric Academic Societies

Faculty

UCLA

Affiliations

Non-Voting Member
Finance Committee

Non-Voting Member
Council of Chapter Representatives

Founding Member
The University of Chicago , USA

Committee
Audit Committee

Founding Member
Parasomnias

Founding Member
International Pediatric Sleep Association

Founding Member
International Pediatric Sleep Association

Attention Aasm Member
American Academy of Sleep Medicine

Council Of Scientific Advisor
Francis Family Foundation

Medical Advisory Board Member
Itamar Medical Ltd.

Founder
Israel

Education

M.D.

Hebrew University of Jerusalem

M.D.

Kosair Children's Hospital Research Institute , University of Louisville School of Medicine

M.D.

University of Chicago

M.D.

University of Louisville

Ph.D.
Department of Pediatrics
The University of Chicago

undergraduate and medical degrees

Hebrew University of Jerusalem , Israel

Web References (198 Total References)


American Thoracic Society - ATS Leadership

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David Gozal, MD

David Gozal, MD, was installed as president-elect. He will serve as ATS president from 2016 to 2017. Dr. Gozal is the Herbert T. Abelson professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Chicago. He chairs the Finance Committee, serves as a non-voting member of the Council of Chapter Representatives, and is a member of all committees except the Nominating Committee.
An ATS Member since 1991, Dr. Gozal was honored as a 2002 Amberson Lecturer and delivered the presentation "Neurobehavioral Deficits of Sleep-Disordered Breathing: Evidence For Developmentally-Regulated Brain Injury, Inflammation and Repair. He's a member of the Assemblies of Sleep Respiratory & Neurobiology and Pediatrics and had served on the ATS Board of Directors as chair of the SRN (then RNS) from May 2001 to June 2003, and also served in the Planning and Evaluation and Health Policy Committees, and on the SRN Assembly Planning Committee. He also served as an associate editor of the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
Before joining the University of Chicago in 2009, Dr. Gozal established the Division of Pediatric Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program at the University of Louisville, and had also taught at Tulane University, University of California Los Angeles, and University of Southern California. Early in his career, Dr. Gozal helped to develop rural health care networks in Cameroon, West Africa, and was honored as a "Knight of the Order of Merit" of Cameroon.


MedPageToday | Pizaazz

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To reach these conclusions, David Gozal of the University of Chicago, and colleagues monitored sleep patterns for one week using wrist actigraphs in 308 children who were between 4 and 10 years old.

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Kids who "caught-up" on sleep on weekends did better than those who didn't, according to Gozal's group.


Pediatrics | Pizaazz

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To reach these conclusions, David Gozal of the University of Chicago, and colleagues monitored sleep patterns for one week using wrist actigraphs in 308 children who were between 4 and 10 years old.

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Kids who "caught-up" on sleep on weekends did better than those who didn't, according to Gozal's group.


"This does not kill, because then ...

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"This does not kill, because then the kids as they grow to six, seven or eight years tend to normalize their craneomandibular structure, but as Dr. David Gozal of the University of Chicago says -remarca- can mean losing IQ of 15 points and 15 points is the difference between going to college or not go. " "It can also affect cardiovascular structure in the most serious cases, but most children do not reach this level. What we do is occurring is a small intellectual impairment that could be avoided with early diagnosis," he concludes.


"This does not kill, because then ...

www.sibelgroup.com [cached]

"This does not kill, because then the kids as they grow to six, seven or eight years tend to normalize their craneomandibular structure, but as Dr. David Gozal of the University of Chicago says -remarca- can mean losing IQ of 15 points and 15 points is the difference between going to college or not go. " "It can also affect cardiovascular structure in the most serious cases, but most children do not reach this level. What we do is occurring is a small intellectual impairment that could be avoided with early diagnosis," he concludes.

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