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Dr. Russell Rosenberg

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Chief Executive Officer

The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine
1100 Johnson Ferry Road Suite 580
Atlanta, Georgia 30342
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • PhD
  • Ph. D.
  • Ph.D.
    Ohio State University
  • Ph.D
  • PhD.
  • Ph.D Program Director
    The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine at 2/27/2008
  • Ph.D. Course Co-Director
  • Ph.D.
    the Ohio State University
  • Ph.D Program Director1/1/0001
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Russell Rosenberg, PhD, ABSM, has indicated to Physician's Weekly that he has worked as a consultant for Merck, Pfizer, and Jazz Pharmaceuticals and as a paid speaker for Jazz Pharmaceuticals and Purdue. He has also received grants/research aid from Merck, Pfizer, Neurocrine, and Easai.
Press Room
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Dr. Russell Rosenberg Named Chairman of the National Sleep Foundation
Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine & Technology Launches New WebPSG Online Course
The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Technology Partners with Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) to Offer Courses to Physicians in New York City
Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Technology Announces New Dental Course
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“The need for a multi-disciplinary approach to sleep health throughout the life span continues to grow with the sleep medicine field.†said Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of ASSM. “We are excited to partner with the ACSDD to celebrate this revolutionary approach to treatment options.â€
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Other noted lecturers include keynote speaker Ellen Crean, DDS, PhD, Chirag Pandya, MD, Sally Davidson-Ward, MD, Russell Rosenberg, PhD, Helene Emsellem, MD, Rob Veis, DDS, Jeffrey Durmer, MD, PhD, and Jennifer Martin, PhD.
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Dr. Russell Rosenberg Named Chairman of the National Sleep Foundation
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Atlanta, GA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 31, 2011--- Russell Rosenberg, PhD, has been elected chairman of the National Sleep Foundation. Dr. Rosenberg will begin his one-year term as chairman on July 1. Dr. Rosenberg is a board certified sleep specialist with 26 years of clinical and research experience. He is the Founder and CEO of the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Technology.
As chairman, Dr. Rosenberg will lead the National Sleep Foundation's board of directors, comprised of physicians, scientists, and business professionals.
rosenberg "It's an honor and a privilege to serve as chairman of the National Sleep Foundation. We'll continue on our mission to improve sleep health in this country. Getting good sleep is as important as eating the proper diet and exercising regularly. said Dr. Rosenberg.
Serving on the board of directors since 2005, Dr. Rosenberg is the current vice-chair of the National Sleep Foundation. Dr. Rosenberg also served as the task force chair for the National Sleep Foundation's 2011 Sleep in America poll released in March.
The National Sleep Foundation is dedicated to improving sleep health and safety through education, public awareness, and advocacy. The National Sleep Foundation is a charitable, educational and scientific not-for-profit organization located in Washington, DC. Its membership includes researchers and clinicians focused on sleep medicine, professionals in the health, medical and science fields, individuals, patients, families affected by drowsy driving and more than 900 healthcare facilities throughout North America. Dr. Rosenberg will be the National Sleep Foundation's 9th chairman of the board.
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"As many physicians use this course to update their Continuing Medical Education credits (CMEs), they now have the option to purchase the studies in bundles of 25," said Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta Sleep School.
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"We designed this course with physician convenience in mind," said Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta School.
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Led by course directors, Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D., Edward Spiegel, DDS, and Dan Brown, JD., Essential Topics in Dental Sleep Medicine will take a more advanced approach to sleep medicine as it applies to the dental field.
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"Dentists should play an integral role in any sleep medicine team," said Dr. Rosenberg "We are excited to offer educational programs designed to enhance dentists' understanding of the role of dental appliances in treating snoring and OSA as well as other co-morbid sleep disorders."
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"The course will also include vital business information for those looking to expand their practice into the field of sleep medicine," said Dr. Rosenberg "We will address the legal aspects and best practices for dental sleep medicine."
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"New sleep labs are being established on a consistent basis, and those labs need staff with a background in sleep medicine" said Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta School, "Physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and sleep lab technologists are all in demand in sleep labs throughout the country"
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The review course faculty will also include the school's founder and director, Russell Rosenberg, Ph. D., ABSM, as course co-director. Dr. Rosenberg is also an experienced board certified sleep specialist and educator. He lectures and teaches internationally on a range of sleep medicine topics. Dr. Rosenberg's expertise includes insomnia and disorders of excessive daytime sleepiness.
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Updated Online Technologist Registry Review Course Available
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Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D., Course Director and CEO of Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine.
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Atlanta Sleep School CEO Dr. Rosenberg also wrote a chapter in the book.
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The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine was founded in 1992 by Dr. Russell Rosenberg who now serves as CEO and frequent lecturer for the school. Dr. Rosenberg also serves as CEO for the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine's two partner companies: NeuroTrials Research, Inc., and The Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic.
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Dr. Rosenberg to Speak on "Sleep and Public Health" in Texas Email This Email Article Tweet
The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine is proud to announce that our very own Dr. Russell Rosenberg will be speaking at the 2010 Southern Sleep Society Meeting being held in Austin, TX April 15-18, 2010. Dr. Rosenberg, who is also the Vice Chairman of the National Sleep Foundation will be presenting on a lecture titled "Sleep Health and Safety. This topic of how sleep medicine relates with overall health and public safety has been an prominent issue for the National Sleep Foundation over the past few years. In March, The Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine, together with the National Sleep Foundation, co-sponsored a conference in Washington, D.C. that focused on the topic of sleep health and safety as well.
If you are in the area please stop by the Southern Sleep Society meeting and say Russell Rosenberg hello to Dr. Rosenberg and other attending Atlanta School staff.
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Check out Dr. Rosenberg's latest article with the Huffington Post to find out how sleep impacts drivers each day:

imgSchoolBus resized 600Over 480,000 school buses travel the nation's roads every day.

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Russell Rosenberg" target="_self">Dr. Russell Rosenberg, recently contributed to an Everyday Health panel discussing ten common questions about sleep.

From the article: "Anyone who has struggled with sleep problems knows that they can lead to more than just a little fatigue — they can damage your health and affect your entire life.
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Russell Rosenberg spoke with Huffington Post reporter Laura Schocker to discuss the time change in detail.
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And for the 47 million Americans who are sleep deprived, that extra hour is a chance to literally make up for lost time.

"This is one of those weekends we should really relish," said HuffPost blogger Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D., CEO of the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and chairman of the board of the National Sleep Foundation. "The fact that Americans are so sleep deprived, it's a nice reprieve from the busy lifestyles that we all lead."

Rosenberg said this is the "good news story" of daylight saving time -- the welcome counterpart to the hour of sleep we lose at the beginning of spring, which can take up to a week to adjust to and send those who are already sleep deprived over the threshold of "crashing and burning. In fact, some studies have found a link between the spring-forward clock change and an increase in accidents and heart attacks.

On the other hand, some of those same studies often suggest the opposite effect in the fall -- a New England Journal of Medicine report found that heart attack rates decrease the Monday after the end of daylight saving time, Harvard Health Blog reports, while a Canadian study found a decrease in car accidents after the fall change, though Harvard Health Blog does point out that another study found an increase in accidents after both changes.

describe the imageThese time changes play out in our body a bit like jet lag might, explained Michael Decker, Ph.D., an associate professor at Georgia State University and spokesman for the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.

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Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the FusionSleep. An upset in the body’s internal clock results in an adjustment period.

The good news: the adjustment period only lasts around one day, so you should be ready to go for the work week- no blaming Monday sleepiness on the time change!

The bad news: you will also experience less exposure to one of the body’s most important internal regulators- natural light.

Shorter days means longer nights and less exposure to sunlight, and natural light plays an important role in the healthy sleep process. Most know that light signals to the brain it is time to wake up. But, light also helps regulate the body’s internal sleep/wake cycle. To help keep the body on track, “take a few moments to step outside and expose yourself to the early morning sunlight,” said Dr. Rosenberg, “The sunlight at dawn tends to suppress melatonin, so by getting out each morning and walking around, you can combat your sleepiness.”

A few more tips for healthy sleep on the new time shift:

  • Sleep in a dark, cool room.
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    A team of 8 sleep experts, including ASMC CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg, recently contributed to an Everyday Health panel on all things sleep.

    sleepexpertFrom the article: "Anyone who has struggled with sleep problems knows that they can lead to more than just a little fatigue — they can damage your health and affect your entire life.
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    The students were asked to rank themselves using the Van Dream Anxiety Scale, which ranks the frequency of nightmares from zero to four.

    Scientific American" target="_blank">Scientific American reached out to ASMC CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg for his thoughts on the study, and advice for follow-up studies.

    To read the full article by Scientific American, click here.

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    Check out an excerpt from Dr. Rosenberg's latest contribution to the Huffington Post below. Then read the full article to learn more about Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder.

    Several years ago a mother, father and their 17-year-old son came to our sleep clinic to discuss the son's "sleeping problem. A senior in high school, the teenager had missed about 50 percent of his first period classes and was in danger of failing. According to his mother, the problem was simple: "He cannot get up in time for school."

    His father was less concerned.

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    Russell Rosenberg" target="_blank">Dr. Russell Rosenberg's latest contribution to the Huffington Post" target="_blank">Huffington Post below. Then head over to the Huffington Post for the full article and join the discussion. 

    Using alcohol to get to sleep is by no means a new concept. Despite advances in sleep medicine, many people with trouble initiating or maintaining sleep self-medicate with alcohol and accept the consequences of fitful or unfulfilling sleep. In fact, it was not that long ago that physicians recommended "night caps" for insomniacs or others experiencing sleep problems. Using alcohol for sleep is a bad idea because it can affect sleep stages, lighten sleep and cause abrupt awakenings. Chronic use of alcohol may lead to needing higher and higher doses to achieve the same sleep-inducing effect.

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    In case you missed Dr. Rosenberg's first blog over at the Huffington Post, check out an excerpt below on sleeping well when travelling.

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    Place the device by your bed to use as a more natural wake-up call than a blaring alarm clock.

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    Russell Rosenberg" target="_blank">Russell Rosenberg, PhD has been elected chairman of the National Sleep Foundation (NSF)" target="_blank">National Sleep Foundation (NSF) for a two-year term starting July 1. Dr. Rosenberg is a board certified sleep specialist with 26 years of clinical and research experience. 

    Rosenberg WebsiteAs chairman, Dr. Rosenberg will lead the National Sleep Foundation’s board of directors, comprised of physicians, scientists, and business

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A team of 8 sleep experts, including ASMC CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg, recently contributed to an Everyday Health panel discussing ten common questions about sleep.
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A team of 8 sleep experts, including ASMC CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg, recently contributed to an Everyday Health panel on all things sleep.
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Russell Rosenberg, PhD has been elected chairman of the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) for a two-year term starting July 1. Dr. Rosenberg is a board certified sleep specialist with 26 years of clinical and research experience.
Rosenberg Website As chairman, Dr. Rosenberg will lead the National Sleep Foundation's board of directors, comprised of physicians, scientists, and business professionals.
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"We are greatly honored that Dr. Rosenberg has accepted a leading role with the Foundation."
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Last week, Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg and Medical Director Dr. Michael Laceycollaborated with the 11Alive Atlanta morning team for four segments on sleep.
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CNN International reporter Ralitsa Vassileva interviewed Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg to discuss overnight shift workers and how to stay awake on the job.
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Dr. Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic, is also the Vice Chair of the National Sleep Foundation & a member of the 2011 Sleep in America task force.
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Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic & Vice Chair of the National Sleep Foundation, will be representing the National Sleep Foundation tomorrow in a series of radio interviews about sleep and work performance.
In addition to discussing the impact of sleep on work performance, Dr. Rosenberg will also cover tips to get a better night's sleep and how to wake up feeling refreshed and energized.
On the national level, you can catch Dr. Rosenberg on the USA Radio Network at 7:10 AM, CRN Network at 10:30 AM, and Health Radio Network from 12:15-12:30.
Dr. Rosenberg will also be interviewed by stations in Boston, Orlando, Hartford, Minneapolis, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Colorado, Kansas, & Seattle.
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"When we fall back in autumn, our body's circadian rhythm - what determines when we're sleepy and when we're alert - must reset itself," said Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic.
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To help keep the body on track, "take a few moments to step outside and expose yourself to the early morning sunlight," said Dr. Rosenberg, "The sunlight at dawn tends to suppress melatonin, so by getting out each morning and walking around, you can combat your sleepiness."
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Russell Rosenberg, Ph. D, D.ABSM, the Atlanta Sleep Clinic's founder and an early pioneer in sleep medicine, recently posed these question to a group of sleep professionals at the 2009 Southern Sleep Society meeting.
Dr. Rosenberg began by looking at the history of research about the relationship between pain and sleep.
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In conclusion, Dr. Rosenberg's talk exposed the importance of studying the relationship between sleep and pain.
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