Dr Linda Schachter has been a Sleep and Respiratory Physician for 25 years with an interest in snoring, sleep apnoea, nocturnal hypoventilation and the diagnosis and treatment of all sleep disorders, obesity and workplace fatigue. She has a long-term research interest in the effects of obesity on sleep apnoea and asthma and the effects of weight-loss on these conditions.
Linda also runs an Australia wide home diagnostic sleep service and supports many groups in trying to get optimal sleep care for patients in the community. She is a member of the Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, Australasian Sleep Association, American Sleep Association, American Thoracic Society, the Obesity Society of Australia and New Zealand and a clinical committee member of the Australian Sleep Association (ASA).
Associate Professor Michael Stubbs has trained as a dentist and then specialised in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with facial or jaw pain that is not derived from the teeth. Assoc. Stubbs also diagnoses and manages any disorder or disease involving the mouth or jaws and sleep apnoea/snoring disorders with the use of custom made dental devices.