Dr. Galit Dunietz

Galit Levi Dunietz, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor, Neurology


Galit Levi Dunietz, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the University of Michigan, Department of Neurology and Division of Sleep Medicine. Dr. Dunietz holds graduate degrees in statistics and epidemiology. After completing a fellowship in sleep epidemiology within the U-M Division of Sleep Medicine, she  joined the faculty. Her population-based sleep research utilizes a wide array of data sources and analytic methodology through institutional, national and international collaborations.

Areas of Interest

Dr. Dunietz’s research interests lie at the intersections of sleep medicine, epidemiology and women’s health. In particular, she examines the impact of sleep disturbances on cardiometabolic, reproductive and maternal-infant morbidities. In addition, she studies pathways between poor sleep and adverse health across the life span. Beyond her research, Dr. Dunietz is passionate about sleep health education among adolescents as well as health and education equity.


Medical School or Training

  • MA, Columbia University, Department of Statistics, NY, Statistics, 1999
  • MPH, University of Michigan, School of Public Health, MI, Epidemiology, 2011
  • PhD, Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, MI, Epidemiology, 2015


  • University of Michigan, Department of Neurology, Division of Sleep Medicine, 2018

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