Stevie obtained his BA degree from Napier University in Psychology with Sociology.
In 2004 he was appointed as Sleep Technologist and subsequently became Sleep Services Manager of The Edinburgh Sleep Centre in 2010 where he supervised the Clinical and Research Technology Services.
Stevie has held the RSPGT qualification, certified by the Board of Registered Polysomnologists (USA, AASM) since 2013.
In 2014 he was involved in Academic Sleep Research at the Sleep Research Unit at the University of Edinburgh and presented research posters as The British Sleep Society bi-annual conferences. During this time, he also worked on large-scale clinical trials at the neurology department of the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh, and was a co-author in papers published in the journals ‘Neurology”, “Neuro-Oncology” and “Epilepsy and Behaviour”.
He teaches at the Edinburgh Sleep and Polysomnology courses where he is involved in, training international groups of healthcare and medical professionals on how to set up and analyse home and in-lab sleep studies.
In 2016 he joined the Sleep Medicine Team at the London Sleep Centre where he leads the sleep physiology diagnostic team and additionally supervises the in-patient Sleep Study Laboratory at The Weymouth Street Hospital.
He is member of The British Sleep Society (BSS) and The European Society of Sleep Technologists (ESST).Back