Cathy Goldstein, MD is an Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center where she cares for patients with various conditions such as obstructive sleep apnea, insomnia, restless legs syndrome, and circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders, as well as participating in the training of future sleep physicians.
Dr. Goldstein's scholarly activities include research that uses consumer sleep technology and mathematical modeling of sleep as well as the assessment of sleep patterns in other health states, developing methods to assess sleep and circadian rhythms in the ambulatory, day-to-day setting.
She serves the sleep community with editorial responsibilities for UpToDate and Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine and leadership of the AASM Artificial Intelligence in Sleep Medicine Committee. At her insitution, she is the sleep department physician champion for virtual health and enjoys various educational roles that target diverse learners such as the University of Michigan Athletics Department.
Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders and Sleep Disordered Breathing
You Can Get Better Sleep with Wearables. Just Focus on the Right Data.
After one fitful night last week, the chunky fitness watch I’ve been wearing for a few months delivered some bad news: I had only spent five minutes in rapid eye movement, or REM, sleep.
6 Tips For Quality Sleep After Going Back to the Workplace
What sleep experts say will help you get re-acclimated to a pre-pandemic schedule
Irregular Sleep Schedules Connected to Bad Moods and Depression, Study Shows
An irregular sleep schedule can increase a person's risk of depression over the long term as much as getting fewer hours of sleep overall, or staying up late most nights, a new study suggests.
From Over-Sleeping to COVID-Somnia, How the Pandemic is Affecting Sleep Cycles, and What To Do About It
A lot of the small pleasures lost to the coronavirus pandemic — like spending time outside, going to the gym, and seeing your friends — are also known as zeitgebers : cues that help regulate your
Health Care Workers Struggled With Mood, Sleep in First Months of COVID-19 Pandemic
A new survey of more than 800 health care workers finds reason to increase support for front line employees as the pandemic continues.
Medical School or Training
- Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine, 2005
- University of Colorado Hospital, Neurology, CO, 2009
- Sleep Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, 2010
- Sleep Medicine