Rochelle Zozula, Ph.D, D-ABSM
The Impact of Sleep Disorders on School Performance and Daytime Behavior

Dr. Zozula is a board-certified sleep specialist and has been working as a behavioral sleep specialist for over 25 years. She received her doctorate in Psychology from the City College of the City University of New York. She has served as the Director of Behavioral Sleep Medicine for many institutions in New Jersey. Dr. Zozula has been an author and co-author of many peer-reviewed articles and abstracts in the field of Sleep Medicine. She has served as a reviewer for the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine and numerous textbooks in the field of Polysomnography and Sleep Medicine. Currently, she is a Clinical Associate Professor of Neuroscience at Seton Hall University School of Health and Medical Sciences. She serves as a Mentor and Co-Program Director for online educational programs for training sleep technologists with Thomas Edison State University. She is currently on the NJAAP Task Force for Adolescent Sleep and School Start Times. She is the President of Sleep Services International, LLC, which is an educational and technical consulting company for physicians and allied health care practitioners.