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Contact: 617-919-2275 Sleep 781-216-2570
"I am dedicated to providing the best care to patients and their families."
I entered medicine to use our knowledge to advance our understanding of medical and specifically neurological problems through research, to provide the basis for improved treatments of these problems, and to use medical knowledge to take care of patients with diseases and disorders of the nervous system.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1978
The University Hospital, 1979
Longwood Area Neurological Training Program, 1982
Boston Children's Hospital, 1985
Basic mechanisms regulating sleeping and waking;
Pathogenesis of cerebral palsy;
Mechanisms of neurodegeneration.
Paul Rosenberg, MD, PhD, Research site
Dr. Rosenberg combines research with clinical practice in sleep medicine. His research has been devoted to understanding brain injury in premature infants, basic mechanisms of sleep, as well as neurodegenerative disorders.
Department of Neurology300 Longwood AvenueFegan, 9th FloorBoston, Massachusetts 02115Contact: 617-355-6388
The future of pediatrics will be forged by thinking differently, breaking paradigms and joining together in a shared vision of tackling the toughest challenges before us.”