Joshua Rotenberg, MD

Board Certified Sleep Medicine & Pediatric Neurology located in San Antonio, TX & Houston, TX

About Dr. Rotenberg


• Doctor of Medicine, Brown University School of Medicine, Providence RI, 1995.
• Master of Medical Science, Community Health- Epidemiology, Brown University, Providence RI, 1995.
• Honors Bachelor of Arts, Brown University, Providence, RI, 1991. Professional Licenses and Board Certification
• American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology- Special Qualifications in Child Neurology.
• American Board of Sleep Medicine.
• American Board of Pediatrics
• Medical Licenses: Texas – 2005 to present; Pennsylvania, 2001-2006 (inactive); New York 1996 to 1998 (inactive).

Academic Appointments
• Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatric Neurology University of Texas Health Sciences Center of Houston 2009 to present
• Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics, University of Texas Health Sciences Center of San Antonio, 2003 to 2011.
• Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurology, University of Texas Health Sciences Center of San Antonio, 2003 to 2011
• Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics and Neurology (secondary), Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 2001 to 2006 Professional Experience

San Antonio, TX
• Private group sleep medicine focused practice serving Greater Texas
• Outreach Clinics: Methodist Children’s Hospital Spasticity Clinic, Seguin
• Special interests in epilepsy, cerebral palsy, neonatal neurology, developmental disorders.
• President & Medical Director, Academy Diagnostics LLC. July 2007 to present, San Antonio, TX.
• Independent diagnostic and treatment facility offering neurophysiologic and sleep diagnostic services.
• Serve children and adults.
• Sleep Center with American Academy of Sleep Medicine certification pending.
• Provide high quality sleep services for health care organization.
• Sub-Investigator – Road Runner Research. July 2006 to present, San Antonio, TX Independent clinical research corporation performing Phase 1 (pediatrics) and Phase 2-3 (all ages) clinical research.
• Chief, Division of Pediatric Sleep Medicine. 2005 to July 2006. San Antonio Military Pediatric Center. San Antonio, TX.
• Selected to lead new specialty division in the military’s and largest military pediatrics center.
• Lead initiative to establish the first pediatric sleep laboratory in DoD.
• Staff Pediatric Neurologist, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center.
• Chief, Division of Pediatric Neurology. 2003 to 2005. San Antonio Military Pediatric Consortium, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center. San Antonio, TX.
• Led pediatric neurology services at the USAF “flagship” medical center and largest military pediatrics center offering international ana regional consultation as well as telemedicine support.
• Inpatient consultative services include NICU, PICU and pediatrics ward.
• Administrative supervision of2 neurologists and one neurology nurse practitioner.
• Directed subspecialty clinics in sleep, neurogenetics, headache and cerebral palsy/spasticity.
• Significant experience with botu linum toxin injections and vagus nerve stimulators.
• Initiated programs for intrathecal baclofen pumps and polysomnography.
• Initiated neonatal neurology program with EEG/cerebral function monitoring.
• Pediatric neurology clerkship director.
• Supervised pediatrics & neurology trainees from three residency programs and one fellowship.
• Fellow, Child and Adolescent Neurology. National Capital Consortium. 2000 to 2003. Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, National Naval Medical Center, National Institutes of Health; Washington DC & Bethesda MD.
• Served on 1) Pediatric Working Group on Biological and Chemical Tenorism, and Committee on Nuclear, Biologic and Chemical Terrorism, Walter Reed Army Medical Center. 2) Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Casualty Care Team, Walter Reed AMC.
• Completed visiting clinical rotations at Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC; Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD; and Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore MD.
• Staff Pediatrician, Walter Reed AMC/National Naval Medical Center 2000-2003.
• Resident Physician. Department of Pediatrics. 1997-2000. Wright State University, Wright- Patterson USAF Medical Center/ Children’s Medical Center. Dayton, OH.
• Lecturer, Wright State University, Dayton Ohio.
• Deployed on Operation New Horizons, medical humanitarian mission, June 1999.
• Awarded Resident Teaching Award, 2000.
• Chair of House Staff Council and House staff Representative to the Professional Education Committee, Wright-Patterson USAF Medical Center 1998-2000.
• Initiated and organized an academic “Journal Club” 1998-1999.
• Served on Hospital Ethics Committee, Children’s Medical Center, Dayton, OH, 1 999-2000.
• Aerospace Research Physician. Combined Stress Branch, USAF Research Laboratory, Wright- Patterson Air Force Base. 1996 – 1997
• Directed experimental research to improve aircrew performance in the high gravitational (G) environment of maneuvering flight. Supervised all medical personnel and medical facilities at the branch.
• Member, Human Use Review Committee– oversaw and approved all human experimentation at Armstrong Laboratory, WPAFB.
• Resident Physician. Department of Internal Medicine, Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, NY. 1995