Dr. Robert Oexman
The Sleep Professor
Dr. Oexman is currently CEO and founder of Somly, a telemedicine company helping people like you beat insomnia using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. He has lectured and interviewed in more than 40 countries on the topic of sleep, sharing his expertise across the world. Outside of his lectures, he has also appeared on radio and television programs like the Today Show and Fox TV.
In his career, he has managed research studies at the Stanford University Sleep Research Center, Harvard Sleep Research Center, Toronto University Sleep Research Center and Research Triangle International. Prior to starting Somly, Dr. Oexman previously managed a sleep research facility, employing sleep and engineering technicians to study the impact that the environment and pain has on human sleep. He has also managed a medical and research division for a Fortune 500, multi-national company and developed and patented unique testing equipment for monitoring sleep, measuring the human body, and remotely monitoring vital human statistics.
Sleep Resources by Dr. Oexman
Dr. Oexman has dedicated his life and career to educating people around the world about sleep. From how to setup your bedroom to cognitive behavioral therapy, his depth of knowledge around sleep is vast. One way he can share the insights he’s learned with you, is by writing and publishing articles on a variety of different sleep topics.
Dr. Oexman received a doctorate from Cleveland Chiropractic College and a Master of Business Administration from Missouri State University.
Over the course of his career, he created and managed Sleep to Live, a sleep research facility that studies the impact that environment and pain can have on sleep. Additionally, he has developed and patented unique testing equipment for monitoring sleep.
He has experience managing research projects at Stanford, Harvard, The University of Toronto, and Duke University, in addition to the medical and research divisions for a multinational fortune 500 company.
Dr. Oexman is also a member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Throughout his career, he has contributed to publications such as The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, LA Times, Newsweek, and many more. He’s also made appearances, providing expertise on sleep-related topics, on shows like The Doctors, Fox & Friends, and The Today Show.
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