Dr. Suzie Bertisch
Suzanne Michele Bertisch, M.D., M.P.H.
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Title(s)

Assistant Professor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Physician/Clinical Investigator, Sleep and Circadian Disorders, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Administrative and Hospital Title(s)

Clinical Director of Behavioral Sleep Medicine
Physician/Clinical Investigator, Sleep and Circadian Disorders, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Address

221 Longwood Avenue, BLI-225e
Boston, MA 02115

Publications View
Objectively regular sleep patterns and mortality in a prospective cohort: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis.
Authors: Chung J, Goodman MO, Huang T, Castro-Diehl C, Chen JT, Sofer T, Bertisch SM, Purcell SM, Redline S.
J Sleep Res
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Multi-dimensional sleep and mortality: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis.
Authors: Chung J, Goodman M, Huang T, Wallace ML, Lutsey PL, Chen JT, Castro-Diehl C, Bertisch S, Redline S.
Sleep
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Sleep Symptoms and Disorders in Episodic Migraine: Assessment and Management.
Authors: Vgontzas A, Pavlovic J, Bertisch S.
Curr Pain Headache Rep
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Quantifying the impact of the Philips recall on patients with sleep apnea and clinicians.
Authors: Robbins R, Epstein LJ, Pavlova M, Iyer J, Batool-Anwar S, Bertisch SM, Quan SF.
J Clin Sleep Med
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Do Insomnia Treatments Improve Daytime Function?
Authors: Watson NF, Bertisch SM, Morin CM, Pelayo R, Winkelman JW, Zee PC, Krystal AD.
J Clin Med
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Should Trazodone Be First-Line Therapy for Insomnia? A Clinical Suitability Appraisal.
Authors: Pelayo R, Bertisch SM, Morin CM, Winkelman JW, Zee PC, Krystal AD.
J Clin Med
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Wake Up America: National Survey of Patients' and Physicians' Views and Attitudes on Insomnia Care.
Authors: Benca RM, Bertisch SM, Ahuja A, Mandelbaum R, Krystal AD.
J Clin Med
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Alterations of pain pathways by experimental sleep disturbances in humans: Central pain-inhibitory, cyclooxygenase, and endocannabinoid pathways.
Authors: Haack M, Engert LC, Besedovsky L, Goldstein MR, Devine JK, Dang R, Olia K, Molina V, Bertisch SM, Sethna N, Simpson N.
Sleep
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What Should Be the Focus of Treatment When Insomnia Disorder Is Comorbid with Depression or Anxiety Disorder?
Authors: Morin CM, Bertisch SM, Pelayo R, Watson NF, Winkelman JW, Zee PC, Krystal AD.
J Clin Med
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Long-Term Use of Insomnia Medications: An Appraisal of the Current Clinical and Scientific Evidence.
Authors: Zee PC, Bertisch SM, Morin CM, Pelayo R, Watson NF, Winkelman JW, Krystal AD.
J Clin Med
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