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Sushanth Bhat, MD

Area of Specialty: Sleep Disorders

Professional Appointments: Assistant Attending, JFK Medical Center, Edison New Jersey.

Academic Appointments: Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, Seton Hall University School of Graduate Medical Education, South Orange, New Jersey.

Graduate Education: 2002-2003: Internal Medicine Internship, University of Toledo, Toledo OH; 2003-2006: Neurology Residency, University of Toledo, Toledo OH; 2006-2007: Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship, Upstate Medical University, Syracuse NY; 2009-2010 Sleep Medicine Fellowship, JFK Medical Center, Edison NJ.

Medical School: Kasturba Medical College, India.

Specialty Board Certification: Neurology.

Professional Memberships: American Academy of Neurology.

 

Representative Publications:

Pi J, Bhat S, Smith I, Kabak B, Gupta D, Chokroverty S; Obstructive Sleep Apnea with O2 Desaturation Nadir Greater Than 90% vs. Less Than 90%; Cardiovascular Risks; Journal of NJ Neuroscience Institute, Volume 5-1, 06/2010.

 

Seyffert M, Bhat S, Smith I, Neiman E, Kabak B, Polos P, Gupta D, Chokroverty S, The Effect of Sleep-time related Information and Communication Technology (STRICT) Use on Sleep Patterns and Daytime Functioning in Children and Young Adults: a Pilot Study; poster presentation at the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX , 05/2010.

Riar S, Bhat S, Kabak K, Gupta D, Chokroverty S, Right versus Left Lateral Head Position During Supine Sleep Causing Variation in Respiratory Events in Patients with Sleep Disordered Breathing; poster presentation at the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX , 05/2010.

Pi J, Bhat S, Smith I, Kabak B, Gupta D, Chokroverty S, REM Predominant OSA : Cardiovascular and Demographic Associations; poster presentation at Seton Hall University Annual Research Day, 05/2010.

Smith I, Bhat S, Kabak B, Gupta D, Seyffert M, Polos P, Chokroverty S; Central Sleep Apnea in Patients on Long Term Narcotics: A Case Series; poster presentation at Seton Hall University Annual Research Day, 05/2010.

Bhat S, Smith I, Gupta D et. al., "Respiratory-Related Rhythmic Movements of Sleep (RRMS)"; poster presentation at American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, 04/2010.