|Medicine Chief Resident, Oregon Health & Sciences University 1995 Doctor of Medicine, Dartmouth Medical School 1988-1992 B.S. in Biology, Minor in Biochemistry, cum laude, Bucknell University 1984-1988
|Internal Medicine residency, Oregon Health & Science University 1992-1994
|Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, Oregon: Rotating
|Board certified in Sleep Medicine Board certified in Internal Medicine Oregon, Active Medical License
Dr. Paul Cardosi is Director of the Center for Sleep Medicine at Mid-Columbia Medical Center. He is board certified in Sleep Medicine and Internal Medicine.
Dr. Cardosi completed his undergraduate training cum laude and was invited into Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society and Phi Sigma Biological Research Honor Society at Bucknell University, where he also conducted molecular biology research in the lab of John Tonzetich, PhD, creating a genomic library of Drosophilia hydei and carrying out subsequent experiments to identify and characterize telomeric DNA sequences.
He received his MD Degree at Dartmouth Medical School. During his medical training, Dr. Cardosi also provided emergency medical care as a member of the ski patrol and was awarded two Dartmouth-Norris Cotton Cancer Center student research grants to conduct molecular biology research in the lab of Dr. Lloyd Kasper, where he screened Toxoplasma gondii cDNA library with human and animal antisera to isolate genetic sequences coding for antigenic peptides.
Dr. Cardosi took his internship in internal medicine at Oregon Health & Science University, where he also served as medicine chief resident and received the Medical Housestaff Teaching Award.
His general practice focus is on sleep medicine. Dr. Cardosi enjoys building connections with his patients to alleviate pain and suffering related to sleep or wake problems. His patients can expect a thorough evaluation, thoughtful listening, and answers to any and all questions.
Dr. Cardosi relocated to the Gorge for its unparalleled natural beauty. During his free time, he enjoys cooking, cycling, skiing, traveling, and hiking, which he believes is one of the most underrated forms of aerobic exercise.
Dr. Cardosi is a Fellow member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
Tobacco smoke as a risk factor for meningococcal disease
FISCHER, MARC MD; HEDBERG, KATRINA MD, MPH; CARDOSI, PAUL MD; PLIKAYTIS, BRIAN D. MS; HOESLY, FREDERICK C. MD, MPH; STEINGART, KAREN R. MD, MPH; BELL, THOMAS A. MD,MPH; FLEMING, DAVID W. MD; WENGER, JAY D. MD; PERKINS, BRADLEY A. MD
The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal: October 1997 – Volume 16 – Issue 10 – p 979-983