Elected May 2019
Mark started his career in sleep medicine in 2003, becoming a Registered Polysomnographic Technologist in 2005. He has worked in a variety of areas including portable acquisitions, research studies for parasomnias, complete EEG studies, pediatric studies, and treatment methods which include ASV (Adaptive Servo Ventilation) and Oral Appliances. Mark has assisted in the development and expansion of the Clinical Support department to provide training and support to MedBridge Healthcare’s night and day operations. He has managed the implementation of new sleep lab sites and onsite training of staff throughout the US. Mark sat on the Exam Writing Board of the American Board of Sleep Medicine as a clinical expert in the creation of the RST exam. Mark has served on the Carolina Sleep Society as a board member to help develop a yearly convention to promote the benefits of Polysomnography (PSG) and Sleep Medicine.