Lisa M. Endee, MPHc, RRT-SDS, RPSGT, RST
Clinical Assistant Professor
Professor Endee received a Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham University in 1996 and a second Bachelor of Science degree in Respiratory Care from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1999. Shortly after graduation, she joined the Sleep Apnea Center at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip where she advanced quickly to Clinical Coordinator. In that role, Lisa obtained American Academy of Sleep Medicine Accreditation (AASM) for the Sleep Apnea Center, led the establishment of a satellite Pediatric Sleep Disorders Center, and managed the clinical operations of both facilities. Professor Endee has provided over 10 years of service to the Respiratory Care Program at Stony Brook as an Adjunct faculty member, Clinical Instructor, advisory board member and as past Chair of the Polysomnographic Technology Program’s advisory committee. Her responsibilities as a full-time Clinical Assistant Professor include teaching and clinical oversight of students in both the Polysomnography Specialty Option and Polysomnographic Technology Program. Lisa is the author of a chapter in her field’s well-known textbook titled “Fundamentals of Sleep Technology,” has been an item writer for the National Board for Respiratory Care sleep specialty exam, and has co-authored several articles for the American Association of Respiratory Care’s Sleep Section and the Journal of Respiratory Care. She serves on several committees for the American Association of Sleep Technologists and the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists. Lisa’s professional areas of interest include patient and public education in the area of sleep wellness and she has been actively involved in various community-based research projects through the Center for Community Engagement & Leadership Development. Professor Endee is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Public Health at Stony Brook.