B. Tucker Woodson

B. Tucker Woodson, MD, is professor and chief—Division of Sleep Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences—and co-director—the Froedtert Center for Sleep—at the Medical College of Wisconsin. Trained in otolaryngology at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan, and dual board certified in sleep medicine, Dr. Woodson joined the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1988. He is nationally and internationally recognized as an expert in the surgical treatment of sleep apnea and disorders of the upper airway, and is a founding member and president of the International Surgical Sleep Society. Dr. Woodson has served on various committees for the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the American Academy of Otolaryngology, the World Congress of Sleep Apnea, and the American Board of Sleep Medicine. He is the principal investigator in multiple studies and has published and written more than 80 articles and book chapters predominantly on sleep disorders. Dr. Woodson’s research interests include understanding and measuring mechanisms of upper airway collapse as well as developing and assessing new surgical therapies and procedures.

Books by B. Tucker Woodson