PSG Credentialing Program
The PSG welcomes the following newly credentialed investigators!
Jeffrey Cooney, MD (PSG Site #119), Duke University
Nicholas Galifianakis MD, MPH (PSG Site #073), UCSF
Alida Griffith, MD (PSG Site #220), Booth Gardner Parkinson’s Care Center
Elliott Hogg, MD (PSG Site #338) and Echo Tan, MD, Cedars Sinai Medical Center
Nikolaus McFarland, MD, PhD (PSG Site #160), University of Florida
Kara Wyant, MD (PSG Site #004), University of Michigan
Svjetlana Miocinovic, MD, PhD, Emory University
Rikesh Ramdhani, MD (PSG Site #055), Northwell Health
Travis Turner, PhD (PSG Site #182), MUSC
Current Standard Internal Credentialing Process
Please review the following materials before applying:
(Click on a link to download the relevant document).
Criteria to be eligible for credentialing:
Cover letter outline of application materials:
Yes, I'm interested in applying, Let's begin:
Other forms (if applicable):
To initiate the evaluation process by the PSG Credentials Committee, please submit your completed application electronically to Roseanna Battista.
Review Process and Timeline
The PSG Credentials Committee will review your application packet. They will base their decision on the following: Determination of approval or nonapproval (download). The Credentials Committee typically meets on a quarterly basis. If approved, you and your site will be added to our pool of potential participants and advised of upcoming PSG studies along with current PSG sites. The Steering Committee of each study makes the final decision on the selection of study investigators. Read more about the responsibilities of a credentialed investigator and review the PSG Constitution & ByLaws: Responsibilities of a credentialed investigator (download); PSG By-Laws (download); PSG Policies & Procedures (download).