Reza Radmand, DMD, FAAOM is a Diplomate of the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine with offices in the Boston, MA and CT. He actively contributes to study design and data for research efforts between hospitals, academic institutions, and private practices for the treatment of sleep related disorders, including sleep apnea.
Dr. Radmand graduated from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 1989. He then went on to complete a Hospital Dentistry Residency Program at UCLA, after which he continued to spend the next 20 years of his dental career, teaching as a part time faculty at UCLA School of Dentistry.
In 2010, Dr. Radmand accepted a position at Yale New Haven Hospital, as Section Chief in Hospital Dentistry and the post graduate dental faculty, in their dental residency program. In 2018 he joined Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital staff as a Research Collaborator in the Division of Sleep Medicine.
In January of 2018, he became the president of Massachusetts Sleep Society (MSS), as the first sleep dentist to ever hold such position.
Dr. Radmand is a current Diplomate of American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine, “Academic Fellow” of the American Academy of Oral Medicine and Associate Fellow of the American Head and Neck Society.
Dr. Radmand is very involved with oral appliance therapy in the treatment of patients with obstructive sleep apnea. He is a strong advocate for multi-disciplinary approach to prevention and treatment of systemic diseases and sleep disorders, working closely with academic physicians, including those at Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s section of Sleep Medicine, Yale School of Medicine, Yale New Haven Hospital and Bridgeport Hospital.
Dr. Radmand is an inventor and the founder of Achaemenid LLC, a start up medical device company. Achaemenid has over 15 IP medical concepts and prototypes. A number of these concepts are published, granted full patents or are in patent pending status.