Russell E. Rozensky, MS, RRT-SDS, CPFT, RPSGT
Polysomnographic Technology Program
Clinical Associate Professor
Respiratory Care Program
Stony Brook University
Professor Rozensky earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Respiratory Care, a Master of Science degree in Healthcare Policy and Management, and an Advanced Certificate in Health Care Management at Stony Brook University. Russ started his career as a respiratory therapist at John T. Mather Memorial Hospital in Port Jefferson, NY. He was later trained in polysomnographic technology and opened the sleep laboratory at the hospital, where he was later promoted to supervisor. Russ joined the Respiratory Care Program at Stony Brook University in 2001 as an adjunct faculty member and in 2005 he accepted a full-time faculty position. He has served as the program director for the Polysomnographic Technology Program since 2009 and is currently working to convert that program from a non-credit certificate program to a Bachelor’s degree program. Professor Rozensky has been a member of the Board of Directors for the New York State Society for Respiratory Care Southeastern Chapter and is a site visitor for CoARC, specializing in Polysomnography accreditation. Russ has also written numerous articles for professional journals, including Sleep Review, RT magazine, Advance for Respiratory Care, and Advance for Sleep. He is also an editorial board member of Sleep Review magazine. Russ is a nationally-recognized speaker in the area of sleep technology and is currently the Chair of the Sleep Section for the AARC.