Neale Lange, MD
Advisory Board Member
After graduating in 1989 with an MBBCh from University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) Medical School in Johannesburg South Africa, Dr. Lange obtained specialty training in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, serving as Assistant Professor of Medicine at Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes Hospital in St Louis prior to making his way to Denver to practice his multiple specialties, whilst maintaining an affiliate position with Colorado University.
Over time, his successful practice evolved primarily towards sleep medicine establishing, managing, and advancing multiple sleep laboratories across the front range including a sleep laboratory in Summit County at an altitude of 9100 feet. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the College of Chest Physicians.
Before rejoining academia in 2020 as Assistant Professor of Medicine at Colorado University School of Medicine, Dr. Lange enjoyed a self-funded sabbatical to pursue new advancements in sleep measurement using Cardiopulmonary Coupling (CPC), pioneering applications of this technology to sports, transportation, mining, and manufacturing industries while serving as a Director of, and consultant to, SleepFit South Africa.
His approach in one of inclusivity, valuing multidisciplinary approaches to sleep issues, both in individuals and populations, to include the direct measurement of sleep quality, in assessing complaints of sleepiness and fatigue as well as sleep apnea.
He remains passionate about, and committed to, accessible, affordable, personalized, precision medicine achieved through disruptive innovation in the sleep field and is honored to join the Airway Revolution Foundation Advisory Board.
"If sleep is good, is good sleep better?"