Our Team

Nitun Verma is fellowship trained in sleep medicine from Stanford University.  He collaborates with patients to feel awake and fall asleep at the desired times in addition to treating sleep related disorders that can be responsible for hypertension, heart attacks, strokes, drowsy driving, and depression.

Born in the UK and raised in Chicago, Dr. Verma went to the University of Rochester (NY) for undergraduate studies, Tufts University (MA) for medical school, Georgetown University (DC) for residency, and Stanford University (CA) for his adult and pediatric sleep medicine fellowship. In fellowship he has published in the fields of periodic leg movements and pediatric sleep, and during residency he researched as an associate scientist at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Dr. Verma is Board Certified in Adult and Pediatric Sleep Medicine.

Dr. Verma is a global expert in Restless Legs Syndrome and is a contributor to the British Medical Journal, Epocrates, and has used grants from various pharmaceutical companies.

As a Licentiateship member of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain, his photography is internationally published and shown.

Recent Media Exposure and Patient Education Links

What Not To Do When You Have Insomnia

The Crazy Things We Do In Our Sleep (and How to Treat Them)

End Your Insomnia, Snoring, and Other Common Sleep Problems with These Expert Tips

How to Need Less Sleep by Getting Better Sleep Every Night

Interview on Katherine Albrecht Radio

Is Napping At Work A Good Idea?

National Sleep Awareness Week: Poll Says More Exercise = Better Sleep

Articles about Sleep Disorders

Tips to Ward Off Insomnia