Click here for the Department of Neurology at Michigan Medicine's Committment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The University of Michigan The University of Michigan (U-M) is one of the top hospitals in the nation, ranking #11 according to US News and World Report's 2020-2021 rankings. As a Sleep Medicine fellow, you will care for a diverse population of adult and pediatric patients from throughout Michigan and neighboring states. Through your fellowship training, you will gain proficiency in clinical diagnosis and management, as well as in polysomnography interpretation.
Michigan Medicine's longstanding relationship to the Veteran’s Affairs (VA) Ann Arbor Medical Center gives our fellows the opportunity to serve veterans and broaden their fellowship experience. In addition to the outpatient activity, fellows gain exposure to inpatient sleep medicine consultations and have opportunities to engage with active research programs ranging from observational studies to clinical appliance and drug trials.
The University of Michigan Sleep Medicine Fellowship is one of the most well respected programs in the nation. Alumni from the Sleep Medicine Fellowship have pursued careers across the world as clinicians, researchers, and entrepreneurs in private industry. You can read more about the program in this interview with 2019-2020 Fellow Dr. Sajeer Bhura and Sleep Disorders Center pediatric neurologist Dr. Lisa Matlen on M-Health Lab.
U-M Sleep Medicine Fellowship Diversity Statement
The University of Michigan Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program celebrates the diverse individuals we train and patients we serve. Our Fellowship program aim to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in our field. We are committed to increasing the number of Fellows and Faculty members from under-represented populations in medicine with efforts to achieve, at minimum, provider-patient concordance to mirror the diverse communities we are honored and aim to serve. We strive to foster an anti-racist and inclusive environment with equitable treatment of marginalized groups. We acknowledge that we have room to improve in these areas. We believe we have a responsibility to foster inclusion. We are committed to becoming inextricably bound to diversity, equity, justice, and inclusion- acknowledging the past and actively working to towards a better future.