Dr. Robertson is the Assistant Program Director for the Walter Reed Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program. He is an Assistant Professor at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. His primary specialty training was in Pediatrics. He has practiced as a flight surgeon, general pediatrician, allergist/immunologist, and as a sleep medicine physician during his career in the Army. As an Army flight surgeon trained in sleep medicine, he has consulted on sleep medicine policy for military aviation. He is co-chair for the AASM Pediatric Inter-Scorer Reliability Program. He is the former Chief of the Walter Reed Sleep Disorders Center. Currently, he serves as the Allergy/Immunology Consultant to the Army Surgeon General and is the Chief of the Walter Reed Allergy/Immunology Service.
Dr. Robertson’s research interests are in the intersection of allergy/immunology and sleep medicine, focusing on how allergic diseases affect sleep and the immunologic effects of sleep. He is a speaker for the Start School Later advocacy group. He is on the Respiratory and Sleep-related Breathing Disorders Committee and is in the House of Delegates for the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.
Dr. Robertson is married and has 3 sons. He enjoys fishing with them, bicycling whenever possible and especially with his sons, and being a Cub Scout Adult Leader.