The Board strives to maintain a balanced composition consisting of Doctoral members and registered polysomnographic technologists.

Kevin Adley, RPSGT
Kevin Adley, RPSGT, CCSH


Kevin Adley is the Director of Business Development for DrLullaby, a Digital/Telehealth company that provides access to evidence-based Behavioral Sleep Medicine services. 

Kevin is passionate about sharing his knowledge and expertise with others. He has played a role in developing many educational workshops in the fields of Polysomnographic Technology and Dental Sleep Medicine. As a member of the Board of Directors, He looks forward to continuing his education within Sleep Medicine and being a spokesman for Sleep Technologists.

Jennifer Mundt, PhD
Jennifer Mundt, PhD

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Dr. Jennifer Mundt is a sleep psychologist and assistant professor of neurology at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. She is board certified as a Diplomate in Behavioral Sleep Medicine (DBSM). In addition to providing treatment for sleep disorders, she is involved in psychology/medical education and serves as the director of the Northwestern University Behavioral Sleep Medicine Training Program. Dr. Mundt’s research interests include behavioral treatments for parasomnias and hypersomnia disorders.

Dr. Mundt received her PhD in clinical health psychology from the University of Florida. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship at the Durham VA Medical Center, specializing in primary care and behavioral sleep medicine.

Irina Trosman, MD, FAAP
Irina Trosman, MD, FAAP

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital

Irina Trosman, MD (she/her) is an Assistant Clinician in the Pediatric Faculty Foundation and an attending physician at the Sleep Medicine Center at the Ann& Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.

She completed her medical training at the Pritzker School of Medicine University of Chicago and Pediatric Residency at Wyler Children’s Hospital at the University of Chicago. Dr. Trosman’s interest in Sleep Medicine was sparked by her own boys’ difficulties sleeping. She received an additional training in Sleep Medicine at the Northshore Sleep Medicine in 2007-2008 and worked with both adults and children there until she joined the Department of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine at the Lurie Children’s Hospital in 2011. Dr. Trosman is actively engaged in medical education and clinical research.

Dr. Trosman’s special interests include pediatric sleep apnea and sleep disruption associated with chronic medical problems such asthma, eczema, autism, ADHD, Down syndrome, and Prader-Willi syndrome.


Maria Therese Galang-Boquiren, DMD, MS

Maria Therese Galang-Boquiren, D.M.D, M.S.

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry

Dr. Maria Therese Galang-Boquiren is a tenured associate professor of orthodontics at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  She took a keen interest in dental sleep medicine more than ten years ago and has collaborated with the medical profession through research and clinical care since then. Apart from teaching, she works in private practice and holds a hospital appointment at the John H Stroger Jr Hospital of Cook County. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics and Board Eligible for the American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine. 

Dr. Galang-Boquiren has received numerous awards for her teaching and research accomplishments. She is also very active in organized dentistry and reviews scientific manuscripts for various peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Galang-Boquiren has been invited to speak both locally and internationally on both orthodontics and dental sleep medicine. Through her role in the Illinois Sleep Society, she hopes to represent the dental field and work with her colleagues sleep medicine to advance continuing education and positively impact patient care.

Roneil Malkani, MD

Northwestern Medical Group

Dr. Malkani is an Associate Professor and sleep specialist at Northwestern University and Jesse Brown VA Medical Center. His overall goal is to develop clinical and research programs in sleep, aging, and neurodegeneration and educate others in this area. He champions a growing specialized clinical program is sleep and neurodegeneration at Northwestern University and Jesse Brown VA Medical Center to provide sleep care for patients with neurodegenerative diseases (e.g. Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease) and those at risk (including people with REM sleep behavior disorder). Dr. Malkani has also long been involved in education for trainees, including neurology residency program director and later sleep medicine fellowship director at Northwestern University. He has also given several patient talks for the patient community, including several for Parkinson Foundation. Dr. Malkani has educated the professional community in numerous local, regional, and national presentations and served on several committees, including the ACGME Sleep Medicine Milestones 2.0 Working Group, the AASM REM Sleep Behavior Disorder Clinical Practice Guidelines Task Force, the AASM Artificial Intelligence in Sleep Medicine Committee. Dr. Malkani’s research program has focused on understanding sleep and circadian disturbances in aging and neurodegenerative diseases and develop treatments to improve these symptoms, patient’s quality of life, and the disease course. 

Kathy Sexton-Radek, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Sexton-Radek has worked clinically in the field of Sleep Medicine for over thirty years. She had an office as an Indepedent Constractor in Suburban Pulmonary & Sleep Associates for the last twenty years and previous to that received referrals to her private practice office. Dr. Sexton-Radek treats cases of sleep disturbance, Insomnia with CBTi, conduct assessments. She has worked with OSA patients on issues of compliance and CPAP mask resistance, position sleeping and sleep hygiene. Dr. Sexton-Radek conducts supportive psychotherapy with patients with medical conditions that also include sleep disturbances. She has actively published in the Sleep Medicine field in peer-referred journals. Her colleague, Gina Graci and herself have just released their second book on sleep titled, “Sleep Disorders” with Pergamon press.