- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Neurology
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology - Sleep Medicine
- University of Michigan, MI, 2004
Residencies & Internships
- University of Michigan, Sleep Medicine, MI, 2014
Title: Sleep Medicine, Associate Program Director
Dr. Skiba graduated with Highest Distinction from the University of Michigan in 1999. She received her Medical Doctor degree in 2004 when she graduated with Distinction from the University of Michigan Medical School.
She spent the next 9 years of her career serving in the United States Navy, where she completed an Internal Medicine Internship and Neurology Residency. While in the U.S. Navy, she was stationed at the Naval Hospital Twentynine Palms where she worked as a Primary Care Provider, and at the Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune where she worked as a Staff Neurologist and Neurology Division Head. Dr. Skiba then completed a Sleep Medicine Fellowship at the University of Michigan. In 2014 she joined the Sleep Disorders Center team at the Henry Ford Health System.
Her clinical and research interests have included looking at sleep problems and their treatments in returning military members, examining methods of diagnosing subtle obstructive sleep apnea, looking at the sleep disordered breathing during pregnancy and post-partum, and exploring the relationship between sleep disorders and neurological disorders. She is active in graduate medical education, as well as state and national sleep societies to advance the awareness of healthy sleep and sleep disorders.
Dr. Skiba likes to spend time with her family and go outdoors. She enjoys obedience and protection dog training. She also likes to cook and explore new recipes.
I believe that we all need to be empowered to take an active role in managing our health and medical problems. My goal is to provide comprehensive sleep medicine care to children and adults not only by staying up to date on the latest developments in the field, but also by keeping patients informed and engaged in their diagnostic and treatment process.
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- Henry Ford Hospital
- Henry Ford Macomb Hospital - Clinton Township
- Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital