Dr. Chervin's research interests focus on both adults and children. He has contributed to research on a wide range of subjects in sleep medicine, including obstructive sleep apnea, sleep laboratory methods, sleep questionnaire development, subjective and objective measures of sleepiness, insomnia, cognitive and behavioral consequences of sleep disorders, periodic leg movements during sleep, and REM sleep behavior disorder. He studies sleep in the context of many different conditions, including ADHD, asthma, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, acute illness in newborns, obesity, Parkinson’s disease, pregnancy, socioeconomic challenges, and stroke.
- M.D., Stanford University
- M.S., Clinical Research, University of Michigan