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from UAB (1973) was a study of sleep neuropharmacology. He has authored AASM training programs on OSA, infant, pediatric and adolescent sleep, as well as on sleep in women, and serves as AAFP representative to the AIM Sleep Medicine Certification examination board. He has more than 100 publications in the field including several recent books: Primary Care Sleep Disorders: A Practical Guide, Humana Press (2007); The Limits of Dream – A Scientific Exploration of the Mind / Brain Interface, Academic Press (2008); and Dreams and Nightmares, Sleep Medicine Review (2010).

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Sleep Through the Lifecycle & Special Populations - Part II

Barbara Phillips, MD, MSPH , received her MD from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine in 1977 and her Master of Science in Public Health from the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky in 1991. She completed her internal medicine residency and pulmonary fellowship training at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond.
Dr. Phillips is currently professor of Pulmonary, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine in the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Dr. Phillips is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care Medicine, and Sleep Medicine. She directs the Sleep Center at the University of Kentucky Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington.

Additionally, Dr. Phillips serves on the Board of Regents of the American College of Chest Physicians (ACCP), on the Medical Advisory Board of the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration of the Department of Transportation, and as Chair of the Steering Committee of the Sleep Institute of the ACCP. She is immediate past-chairman of the National Sleep Foundation, and has served on the boards of the American Lung Association, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and the American Board of Sleep Medicine. She has received a Sleep Academic Award from the National Institutes of Health and has served on the advisory board to the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research.

The research of Martica Hall, PhD , bridges two traditionally independent fields, biobehavioral medicine and sleep medicine. Her research program focuses on

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