Stony Brook's accredited pediatric sleep center evaluates and diagnoses pediatric sleep disorders including obstructive sleep apnea, respiratory disorders, insomnia, parasomnias such as night terrors and sleepwalking, and behavioral problems relating to sleep. As a university-based center, it provides clinical care and research, as well as offers a sleep fellowship program to train other physicians. This means that the community has access to the very latest protocols. Stony Brook's Pediatric Sleep Disorders Center is run by two physicians board-certified in both Pulmonology and sleep medicine, Dr. Mathew Ednick and Dr. Catherine Kier, who was trained at CHOP at the University of Pennsylvania, home of the country's first sleep division.
CONTACT: (631) 444-2500