Eric Landsness, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor in Neurology
Studies Involved in: CLASS-D
Dr. Eric Landsness is an assistant professor of neurology and sleep medicine. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Washington in Electrical Engineering, and his MD and PhD degrees from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Following medical school, Dr. Landsness completed his neurology residency and sleep fellowship at Washington University. He then joined the Department of Neurology in 2017.
Dr. Landsness’ current research interests are in the interaction of sleep and stroke. His lab focuses on studying the potential of sleep interventions to help people who have recovered from a stroke. His goal is to develop new, innovative sleep-focused treatments and interventions to improve outcomes in patients with neurological diseases. In his spare time, Dr. Landsness likes to ride bikes, hike, and fish. He is married and has two daughters.