A recognized expert in the non-drug treatments of sleep disorders, Dr. Wickwire possesses particular interest in leveraging technology to improve patient care. He has been featured in publications including US News and World Report, Fast Company, the Baltimore Sun, and numerous others.
Dr. Wickwire has published over two-dozen peer-reviewed scientific articles, book chapters, and scientific abstracts, and has served as a reviewer for numerous academic publications. He also remains an active and award-winning educator, having served on the education committees of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, National Sleep Foundation, and American Pain Society.
An active speaker, Dr. Wickwire has presented invited lectures at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the University of Maryland, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the National Intrepid Center of Excellence at Bethesda Naval Medical Center, and elsewhere. His presentations on human motivation and behavior change were selected by his peers among the top 1% of over 1300 medical presentations in 2011.
Personally, Dr. Wickwire is deeply interested in literature, the arts, and the life of the mind. In addition to his scientific and applied endeavors, he is a past award recipient from the National Endowment of the Humanities, and he also spent two semesters studying literature at the University of Oxford, UK. His hard won insights into leadership, character, and personal responsibility were learned over two decades on the wrestling mats, as a former Academic All-American wrestler at NCAA Division I Boston College and successful high school wrestling coach. Today his greatest joys are spending time with his wife and their toddler son.