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Dr. Russell Rosenberg

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


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  • Ph.D.
    Ohio State University
  • Ph.D
  • PhD
  • 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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"I certainly hope that Homer's story ..., 25 Sept 2015 [cached]
"I certainly hope that Homer's story will bring more attention to (narcolepsy)," said Russell Rosenberg, chief executive of the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine.
"He's not the typical case, although the fact that he is now being identified as having narcolepsy does exemplify the fact that many people can go years and years without getting the proper diagnosis," Rosenberg said. "Who knows if they have a sleep specialist or sleep laboratory in Springfield?"
The typical patient
Typical patients start to show symptoms of narcolepsy when they are in their teens or 20s, although Rosenberg has seen patients as young as 2 years. Although Homer's age is difficult to pin down -- he hasn't aged much since the show debuted in December 1989 -- he's generally portrayed as being in his late 30s.
Along with excessive daytime sleepiness, people with narcolepsy usually have sleep attacks, or involuntarily episodes of slumber. These attacks can strike even when patients are doing something they enjoy, such as spending time with friends, Rosenberg said. Children may fall asleep in the middle of an activity at school, even if they are engaged in it.
About half of people with narcolepsy also have cataplexy, which causes them to lose muscle control when they feel strong emotions, such as when they're laughing, surprised or angry. Their facial muscles may droop or they may fall down. "This can be embarrassing (and) people try to blunt their emotions," Rosenberg said.
The sleep disorder can have dire consequences. One study found that people with narcolepsy have about a 50% higher risk of dying over a three-year period than those without the sleep disorder, and this is probably due to automobile and other accidents, Rosenberg said.
Narcoleptics say they fall asleep while having sex or are too tired to have sex, or are irritable," Rosenberg said.
People who think they might have narcolepsy have to be evaluated in a sleep laboratory, Rosenberg said.
Rosenberg is chief executive of NeuroTrials Research, a biotech company studying new narcolepsy treatments, including one agent that may improve daytime alertness over existing medications.
Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D., ..., 5 June 2015 [cached]
Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D., D.ABSM
Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D, D.ABSM, is the Founder and Director of the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Technology.
A clinical psychologist and board certified sleep specialist, Dr. Rosenberg lectures and teaches internationally on a range of sleep medicine topics. His areas of expertise include insomnia and disorders of excessive daytime sleepiness. In addition to teaching, Dr. Rosenberg is actively involved in clinical research at NeuroTrials Research Inc. Dr. Rosenberg, a native of St. Louis, received his Ph.D. at Ohio State University and completed a sleep residency at Rush Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Center, in Chicago.
His teaching and leadership at the Atlanta School are rooted in his professional, clinical, and research experience as Director of the Northside Hospital Sleep Medicine Institute in Atlanta for sixteen years.
An avid photographer, Dr. Rosenberg enjoys taking photos in new destinations and familiar places and often packs his camera on the teaching circuit.
russell rosenberg | Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic Blog, 16 Dec 2011 [cached]
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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.
A team of 8 sleep experts, including ASMC CEO Dr. Russell Rosenberg, recently contributed to an Everyday Health panel on all things sleep.
Tags: sleep tips, sleep help, Atlanta Sleep Medicine Clinic, Russell Rosenberg, Sleep Experts, Everyday Health
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.
said Dr. Rosenberg.
"We are greatly honored that Dr. Rosenberg has accepted a leading role with the Foundation."
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.
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.
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.
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.
"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.
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."
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.
In conclusion, Dr. Rosenberg's talk exposed the importance of studying the relationship between sleep and pain.
Check out Dr. Rosenberg's ..., 3 July 2015 [cached]
Check out Dr. Rosenberg's latest article with the Huffington Post to find out how sleep impacts drivers each day: Over 480,000 school buses travel the nation's roads every day.
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.
Dr. Russell Rosenberg, CEO of the FusionSleep®, sat down with Fox5 to discuss how something that small may be keeping you up at night. "In that hour before ... Read More...
Dr. Russell Rosenberg spoke with Huffington Post reporter Laura Schocker to discuss the time change in detail.
Harmonix - LEADERSHIP, 28 Mar 2015 [cached]
Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D. Scientific Advisor
Dr. Rosenberg is a Scientific Advisor to Harmonix Inc. He assists the company with the design, implimentation and interpretation of clinical research.
Dr. Rosenberg has 25 years experience in clinical sleep medicine and research. He is a Board Certified Sleep Specialist and Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. He has made presentations on sleep disorders around the United States as well as in Asia and Europe. He has authored several book chapters and numerous peer reviewed journal articles on sleep disorders. His current research interests include treatments for insomnia and circadian rhythm disorders as well as treatments for disorders that cause excessive sleepiness.
Dr. Rosenberg is Chairman of the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). He obtained his doctorate in clinical and research psychology from Ohio State University and received specialized training in sleep disorders medicine and research at Rush Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical center in Chicago. Dr. Rosenberg also serves as CEO of NeuroTrials Research and the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Technology.
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