Award Recipients

Since it was established by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine in 1998, the ASMF has provided more than $9 million in funding to support projects in the fields of sleep medicine and sleep research. Below are the researchers and projects that ASMF awards have supported since 2000.


2016 Award Recipients

 

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Robert Thomas, MD

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Polysomnographic markers of clinical sleep apnea outcomes

Strategic Research Award 

Beth Malow, MD

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Behavioral Sleep Education for Children with Insomnia and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Partnering with Community Practices

Strategic Research Award 

Matt Bianchi, MD, PhD

Massachusetts General

Nationwide Analysis of Insurance Guidelines for Polysomnography: Comparison with AASM and Cost -Effectiveness  Modeling

Strategic Research Award 

David Plante, MD  University of Wisconsin  A multidimensional assessment to improve the Evaluation and Treatment of Hypersomnolence Strategic Research Award 
Sarah Honaker, PhD, CBSM  Indiana University  Evidence based Diagnosis and Management of Pediatric OSA Syndrome in Primary Care  Strategic Research Award 
Sandeep Khot, MD & Martha Billings, MD  University of Washington  Maximizing Use of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure in Stroke Patients with OSA during Inpatient Rehabilitation  Focused Projects Award 
Rachel Rowe, PhD University of Arizona  Investigating the dynamic relationship between sleep and pathological inflammation  Focused Projects Award 
Mirja Quante, MD  Brigham & Women's Hospital Identifying Motivating Factors of Healthy Sleep in At-Risk Adolescents Focused Projects Award 
Thien Thanh Dang-Vu, MD, PhD  Concordia University  Direct and Mediating Effects of Short Term Exercise on Sleep and Recognition Memory in Young, Sedentary Adults: A Pilot Study  Focused Projects Award 
Ari Shechter, PhD  Columbia University  Blocking Nocturnal Blue Light to Treat Insomnia; A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Focused Projects Award 
Sara Jarvis, PhD  Northern Arizona University   Characterization of Neural Control of Blood Pressure in Patients with OSA and Treatment Emergent Central Sleep Apnea  Focused Projects Award 
Ying Zhao, MD  Brigham and Women's Hospital Sleep Apnea Screening in Patients with Heart Failure and Preserved Ejection Fraction Focused Projects Award 
Craig Canapari, MD  Yale University  Testing and Development of a Sleep Training Mobile Health Application to Address Sleep Problems in the First Two Years of Life  Focused Projects Award 
Malika Atmakuri, MD & Edward Weaver, MD  University of Washington  Work Productivity Outcomes in Patients with OSA Treated with CPAP Focused Projects Award 
Shannon Sullivan, MD, & Michelle Cao, DO Stanford University  A National Survey on Sleep Medicine in Education in Medical Schools and Primary Residency Programs  Focused Projects Award 
Daniel Combs, MD  University of Arizona Neurocognitive Impairment in Children with Congenital Heart Disease and Sleep Disordered Breathing ABSM Jr. Faculty Research Award 
Diane Lim, MD  University of Pennsylvania  Effects of Cyclical Intermittent Hypoxia on Local (Primary Breast) and Distal (Metastases to the brain) tumors  ABSM Jr. Faculty Research Award 
Sabra Abbott, MD, PhD  Northwestern University  Evaluating Circadian Response to Light in Delayed Sleep-Wake Phase Disorder  ABSM Jr. Faculty Research Award 
Vivek Pillai, PhD  Henry Ford Health Systems  An Experimental Model of the Risk Relationship Between Insomnia and Depression  Bridge to Success 
Makoto Kawai, MD  Stanford University School of Medicine  Cortical Activation and Oxygenation During Sleep and Cognition: Window to Cognitive Impairment and Neurodegeneration in Aging  Bridge to Success 
Nirinjini Naidoo, PhD  University of Pennsylvania  Mechanisms of Cellular Stress-Induced Sleep
Bridge to Success 
Luu Van Pham, MD  Johns Hopkins  Epigenetic Basis of Glucose Intolerance in Sleep Disordered Breathing  Physician Scientist Training Award 

2015 Award Recipients

 

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Suzanne Bertisch, MD, MPH

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Sleep Duration and Sleep Disturbance as a trigger of Migraine

ABSM Junior Faculty Research 

Andrew Varga, MD, PhD

NYU School of Medicine

Sleep Apnea Effects on Memory: Consequences and Mechanisms

ABSM Junior Faculty Research 

Eric Kezirian, MD, MPH

University of Southern California

Drug-Induced Sleep Endoscopy and Surgical Outcomes: An International, Multicenter Cohort Study

Focused Projects Award 

Kristi Pruiksma, PhD  University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of Treatment for Trauma Related Nightmares in Active Duty Military Personnel Focused Projects Award 
Megan Petrov, PhD  Arizona State University  Sleep-Related Determinants of Stroke: A Case-Sibling Study  Focused Projects Award 
Akiko Satoh, PhD  The Washington University  Hypothalamic Control of Sleep Quality and its Impact on Aging  Focused Projects Award 
Maida Lynn Chen, MD Seattle Children's Hospital  Circadian Assessment and Sleep Intervention in Children (CASIC)  Focused Projects Award 
Nancy Maxwell  Sweet Dreamzzz  Early Childhood Sleep Education Program: Long-Distance Program Delivery & Enhanced Parent Outreach With Brooklyn, NY Head Start Center Focused Projects Award 
Kiran Maski, MD  Boston Children's Hospital  Improving Narcolepsy Awareness and Screening Among Pediatric Health Care Providers  Focused Projects Award 
Matthew Butler, PhD  Oregon Health & Sciences University  Sex Differences in Sleep Apnea and Novel Sleep Measures to Predict Cardiovascular Risk Focused Projects Award 
Neomi Shah, MD, MPH  Montefiore Medical Center  Measuring Coronary Plaque Activity Using Cardiac Gated PET-CT with 18F-NaF in Individuals With and Without Sleep Apnea  Focused Projects Award 
Shruti Parnjape, MD  Johns Hopkins  Treatment of Pulmonary Cachexia With High Flow Nasal Insufflation Focused Projects Award 
Louise O'Brien, PhD  University of Michigan  Development and Validation of a Screening Tool for SDB in Pregnancy  Strategic Research Award 
Luis Buenaver, PhD  Johns Hopkins  Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-i) in Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Strategic Research Award 
Naresh Punjabi, MD, PhD  Johns Hopkins  Diagnosing and Managing Sleep-Disordered Breathing in Patients with Decompensated Congestive Heart Failure  Strategic Award 
Sanjay Patel, MD, MS  Brigham & Women's Hospital Building a Medical Neighborhood for Sleep Medicine Strategic Research Award 
Tiffany Braley, MD, MS  University of Michigan  Recognition and Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Among Medicare Beneficiaries  Strategic Research Award 
Megan Crawford, PhD  Rush University Medical Center  CBTI for Comorbid Insomnia in Chronic Migraine: A Proof of Concept Study Using an Online Platform Strategic Research Award 
Renee Shellhaas, MD  University of Michigan  Sleep Analysis in Neonates with Spinal Dyraphism  Strategic Research Award 
Andrew Braun, MD  Johns Hopkins University Utilizing Sleep to Reduce Energy Expenditure in Cystic Fibrosis Physician Scientist Training Award
Cathy Goldstein, MD University of Michigan Sleep & Circadian Contributions to In Vitro Fertilization Physician Scientist Training Award 
Andrew Varga, MD, PhD  NYU School of Medicine Mechanisms of Sleep Dependent Motor Learning and Memory Bridge to Success 
Vsevolod Polotsky, MD, PhD  Johns Hopkins University The Role of the Carotid Body in Type 2 Diabetes in Sleep Apnea  Bridge to Success 
Richard Schwab, MD  University of Pennsylvania Effect of OSA & Chronic Intermittent Hypoxia on Cerebral Metabolic O2 Consumption Bridge to Success 

 

2014 Award Recipients

 

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Jonathan Jun, MD

Johns Hopkins

Metabolic Impact on Intermittent CPAP

ABSM Junior Faculty Research 

Miranda Lim, MD, PhD  Portland VA Research Foundation  Enhancing Wakefulness in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury ABSM Junior Faculty Research 
Philippe Jaoude, MD  VA WNY Healthcare Systems  Effects of Overlap Syndrome on Endothelial Progenitor Cells (EPC's) Function  PSTA - Best Science 
Karoline Moon, MD  Johns Hopkins University  Mechanisms of Elevated Fasting Glycemia in Obstructive Sleep Apnea  PSTA - Best Science 
Miranda Lim, MD, PhD Portland VA Research Foundation  Sleep-Wake Disturbances in Traumatic Brain Injury - Bridge Year  Bridge to K 

 

2013 Award Recipients

 

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Jennifer Martin, PhD  University of California, Los Angeles Wrist actigraphy in the assessment of hypersomnia  Strategic Research
Dennis Hwang, MD  So. Cal. Permanente Medical Group Impact of interactive web-based response programs on CPAP adherence  Strategic Research 
Martica Hall, PhD University of Pittsburgh Quantifying the diagnostic and therapeutic utility of wrist actigraphy in insomnia Strategic Research 

Brendan Lucey, MD

Washington University, St. Louis

Sleep and preclinical Alzheimer's disease

PSTA - Best Science

Rachel Salas, MD

Johns Hopkins University

Neurophysiological mechanisms underlying the sleep and migrane association

PSTA - Best Science 

Kiran Maski, MD

Boston Children's Hospital

Impact of sleep disordered breathing on memory processing ability in children

PSTA - Program of Distinction 

Kathleen Sarmiento, MD, MPHTM

San Diego VA/UCSD

Effect of continuous positive airway pressure therapy for obstructive sleep apnea on PTSD symptoms

ABSM Junior Faculty Research

Ignacio Tapia, MD Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Mechanisms of behavioral and cognitive dysfunction in children with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome ABSM Junior Faculty Research
Judith Carroll, PhD University of California, Los Angeles  Late life sleep disturbances: Effects of cell stress, telomerase, and inflammation Bridge to K 
Rashmi Nisha Aurora, MD  Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine  Obstructive sleep apnea, postprandial glucose, and glycemic variability in type 2 diabetes Bridge to K 
Vineet Arora, MD  University of Chicago  SIESTA (Sleep for Inpatients: Educating Staff to Act) Educational Projects 
Jennifer Accardo, MD  Kennedy Krieger Institute  Use of an educational story to prepare children with developmental disabilities for overnight polysomnography Educational Projects 
Lori Elmore-Staton, MD  Mississippi State University  Creating a Restful Environment (CARE) Humanitarian Projects 
Jeanne M. Wallace, MD  Olive View - UCLA Education and Research Institute  A Satellite Clinic to Improve Sleep Medicine Service Access for an Underserved Population in a Geographically Remote Area of LA County Humanitarian Projects 

 

2012 Award Recipients  

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Constance Fung, MD, MSHS

University of California, Los Angeles

The impact of physical and sensory impairments on use of positive airway pressure therapy

PSTA - Best Science 

Katherine Wilson, MD

University of Michigan

Sleep habits and environments for elementary school children in urban, low socioeconomic settings

PSTA – Best Science

Andrew Varga, MD, PhD

NYU School of Medicine

Cognitive consequences of REM sleep apnea

PSTA – Best Science

Melanie Pogach, MD

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC)

Sleep effectiveness and glucose and insulin homeostasis

PSTA – Best Science

Akindele Majekodumni, MD

Brigham & Women's Hospital

Effects of sleep deprivation on communication in surgeons and obstetricians

PSTA - Program of Distinction

David Plante, MD

University of Wisconsin - Madison

Hypersomnia in major depressive disorder: A high density EEG investigation

ABSM Junior Faculty Research

Neomi Shah, MD, MPH  Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine  Vascular endothelial growth factor and coronary collaterals among patients with an acute myocardial infarction screened for sleep apnea Bridge to K 
Tiffany Joy Braley, MD, MS  University of Michigan  Radiographic markers of sleep disordered breathing in multiple sclerosis  Bridge to K 
Reut Gruber, PhD  McGill University  Integration of sleep education into a school based obesity prevention program Educational Projects 
Lichaun Ye, PhD, RN  Boston College  Developing and testing a sleep education program for college nursing students Educational Projects 
American Sleep Apnea Association Washington, D.C. CPAP Assistance Program (CAP)  Humanitarian Projects 
Hillfield Strathallan College Hamilton, Ontario Dare to dream Humanitarian Projects
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center Shreveport, LA Bridging treatment gaps for the un- or underinsured patients through community partnerships: a potential idea for cost effective care Humanitarian Projects
University of Florida Gainesville, FL The ‘GET there!’ program: Gas cards to enhance transportation Humanitarian Projects
Yale University New Haven, CT Computer based cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia in the chronically mentally ill Humanitarian Projects

 

2011 Award Recipients  

Recipient

 Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Neomi Shah, MD, MPH

Montefiore Medical Center

Obstructive sleep apnea in the Hispanic community health study/study of Latinos

ABSM Junior Faculty Research Award

Karim Awad, MD

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Effects of CPAP on exercise capacity, nutritional intake, and leptin/ghrelin

PSTA – Program of Distinction

Jonathan Lipton, MD, PhD

Children’s Hospital Boston

The Tsc/m TOR pathway regulates the mammalian circadian clock

PSTA – Best Science

Roneil Malkani, MD

Northwestern University

Effect of a structured physical activity program on sleep quality and sleepiness in Parkinson’s Disease

PSTA – Best Science

Amy Amara, MD, PhD

University of Alabama at Birmingham

The effects of lower and high frequency unilateral STN DBS on sleep in Parkinson’s Disease

PSTA – Best Science

Jan Polak, MD, PhD

Johns Hopkins University

Effects of endothelien-1 antagonists in metabolic dysfunction induced by intermittent hypoxia in a mouse model

Strategic Research

Marina Hinojosa-Kurtzberg

Biomedical Research & Education Foundation of Southern Arizona

Effect of prolonging sleep duration on body weight

Strategic Research

Jose Chocano, MD

Eastern Virginia Medical School

iSLEEP – Interactive sleep education program for medical students and pediatric residents

Educational Projects

Sweet Dreamzzz Inc.

Detroit, MI

Early Childhood Sleep Program

Humanitarian Projects

Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, OH

Improving the sleep of children victimized by violence

Humanitarian Projects

Sleeping Children Around the World

Toronto, Canada

2011/12 Bedkit Distribution

Humanitarian Projects

Its Your Life Foundation

Corpus Christi, TX

Project NIGHTS

Humanitarian Projects

 

2010 Award Recipients  

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Ina Djonlagic

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Predictors of sleep-dependent memory consolidation in obstructive sleep apnea

ABSM Junior Faculty Research Award

Brian Abaluck, MD

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Changes in cognition across internship

PSTA – Program of Distinction

Ron Anafi, MD, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

Phase coordination in the transcriptional control of circadian rhythms

PSTA – Best Science

Oleg Chernyshev, MD, PhD

LSU Health Science Center – Shreveport

The cardiopulmonary study as an early sleep apnea screening tool in acute ischemic stroke

PSTA – Best Science

Yo-El Ju, MD

Washington University School of Medicine

Preclinical executive dysfunction in idiopathic REM sleep behavior disorder

PSTA – Best Science

Diane Lim, MD

University of Pennsylvania

CHOP-C/EBP basis of hippocampal memory impairment and injury in sleep apnea

PSTA – Best Science

Alon Avidan, MD

University of California

Sleep DOVE (Distant Online Virtual Education)

Educational Projects

Charlene Gamaldo, MD

Johns Hopkins University

Developing an interactive educational supplement for undergraduate course in sleep

Educational Projects

Janine Hall, PhD

St. Luke’s Hospital

Hypnotic medications and sleep-dependent memory consolidation: The effect of variable drug exposure during the night

Strategic Research

Lynn Marie Trotti, MD

Emory University

Clarithromycin for the treatment of hypersomnia

Strategic Research



2009 Award Recipients

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Morohunfolu Akinnusi, MD

University of Buffalo

Lectin-like Receptor (LOX-1) Mediates Vascular Dysfunction in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Physician Scientist Training Award

Sean Cain, PhD

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Evaluation of the circadian time of sleep in women with and without insomnia

Strategic Research Award

Georgina Cano, PhD

University of Pittsburgh

Potential prospective role of Oxytocin in primary insomnia: Gender differences on sleep parameters and brain activation among males and females with offspring

Strategic Research Award

Ting-hsu Chen, MD

Boston University

Genome-wide association of sleep phenotypes in the Framingham Heart Study

Physician Scientist Training Award

Sina Gharib, MD

University of Washington

Mapping the Brain’s Transcriptional Response during Sleep Disordered Breathing

ABSM Junior Faculty Research Award

Anne Mooney, MD

New York University School of Medicine

Central Versus Obstructive Respiratory Events in Sleep Disordered Breathing

Physician Scientist Training Award

David T. Plante, MD

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

A 1H-MRS Study of Altered Regional Brain GABA in Primary Insomnia

Physician Scientist Training Award

Stuart Quan, MD

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

Developing and testing an online sleep education presentation for college psychology students

Educational Projects Award

Shilpa Rahangdale, MD

Brigham & Women’s Hospital

The Effect of Sleep Apnea on Vascular Reactivity After Bariatric

Physician Scientist Training Award

Shirin Shafazand, MD

University of Miami

Sleep knowledge, attitude and social cognition in Hispanic patients with sleep disordered breathing

Educational Projects Award



2008 Award Recipients

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Josna Adusumilli , MD

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Effectiveness of Night Floats and Naps in reducing the risks of interns' 24+ hour shifts

Physician Scientist Training Award (Supported by Takeda)

Ina Djonlagic, MD

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Sleep, Learning and Parkinson Disease

Physician Scientist Training Award

Dennis Hwang, MD

NYU School of Medicine/Division of Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine

A Pilot Study Evaluating Changes in Pcrit after Therapy for OSA with Oral Appliance Therapy and Upper Airway

Physician Scientist Training Award

Mikhail B. Litinski, MD

Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Modulating Effect of Circadian Rhythm and Sleep/Wake Cycle on Severity of Sleep Apnea Hypopnea Syndrome

Physician Scientist Training Award



2007 Award Recipients

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Carol Rosen, MD

Case Western Reserve University

Portable Monitoring in the Diagnosis and Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Portable Monitoring Grant

Frank A.J.L. Scheer, PhD

Harvard University

Restoration of Sleep in Heart Failure Patients

Insomnia Grant (Supported by Merck)



2006 Award Recipients

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Patricia Haynes, PhD

University of Arizona-Tucson

Evaluation of cognitive behavioral social rhythm therapy for sleep and scheduling disturbances in patients with co-morbid posttraumatic stress disorder and depression

Career Advancement Study

Kevin Hellman, PhD

University of Chicago

Neurophysiological investigation of pain-induced arousal

Career Advancement Study

Margaret Park

Rush University Medical Center

Daytime sleepiness and Parkinsonism in patients with mild Alzheimer Disease

Career Advancement Study


2005 Award Recipients

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Patrice Bourgin, MD, PhD

Stanford University Sleep Research Center

Identification of Novel Transcripts in Hypocretin-Containing Cells and Their Relevance to Narcolepsy

Career Advancement Study

Kimberly Hutchison, MD

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Neural Correlates of Adaptation to Sleep Deprivation in Obstructive Sleep Apnea--A Pilot Study

Career Advancement Study

Sushil K. Jha, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

Neural activity and sleep dependent plasticity

Career Advancement Study

Wilfred Pigeon, PhD

University of Rochester (New York)

Sleep Homeostasis in Primary Insomnia Following Treatment

Career Advancement Study



2004 Award Recipients

Recipient

Affiliation

Project Title

Type of Grant

Hari Bandla, MD

Medical College of Wisconsin

Cost Effectiveness of Required Self-Paced Asynchronous e-Learning Modules for Advancement of Sleep Medicine Education

Educational Research Study

Takatoshi Mochizuki, PhD

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

The Molecular Mechanism of Gamma-Hydroxybutyrate

Career Advancement Study

Douglas E. Moul, MD, MPH, D'ABSM

University of Pittsburgh

Testing the Nocturnal Sleep Latency Profile in Primary Insomnia

Career Advancement Study

YeMing Jimmy Sun, PhD, MD

JFK Medical Center

Opioids Protect Against Substantia Nigra Dopaminergic Cell Apoptosis Induced b Iron Deprivation: A Possible Model for the Pathogenesis of the Restless Legs Syndrome

Career Advancement Study

Denys V. Volgin, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

Hypothalamic GABAergic Regulation of Transcription

Career Advancement Study



2003 Award Recipients

Recipient

Project Title

Dean Beebe, PhD

Neurobehavioral Effect of OSA in Obese Teens and Preteens

Helen Burgess, PhD

The Effect of a History of Short Nights on the Human Circadian System's Phase Shifting Response to Light

Ruben Guzman-Marin, MD, PhD

Role of Sleep in Regulation of Adult Neurogenesis

Sanja Jelic, MD

Novel Approach to Study Vascular Endothelium in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Jonathan P. Wisor, PhD

Day-Active Mice: Genetics of Circadian Rhythm Entrainment



2002 Award Recipients

Recipient

Project Title

Gregory Hawkins, PhD

DNA Sequencing of Polymorphisms in Human Sleep Disorder Candidate Genes

Miroslaw Mackiewicz, PhD

The Locus Coeruleus and CREB-Mediated Gene Expression

Nirinjini Naidoo, PhD

Monamines, CREB and Rest Homeostasis in Drosophila

Elena Nikonova, MD

Cytochrome C Oxidase in Sleep and Prolonged Wakefulness

Seiji Nishino, MD, PhD

Sleep, Energy Homeostasis, and Hypocretin Neurotransmission

Maurice Ohayon, MD, DSc, PhD Normal Sleep from Childhood to Old Age (Supported by Pfizer)


2001 Award Recipients

Recipient

Project Title

Elda Arrigoni, PhD

The effect of adenosine on the membrane properties of basal forebrain cholinergic neurons

Sean P.A. Drummond, PhD

Influence of task difficulty on cerebral and behavioral responses to cognitive performance following total sleep deprivation

Emmanual Mignot, MD

Genomics of the Zebrafish Hypocretin / Narcolepsy Pathway

Judith Owens, MD, MPH

Sleep loss and Alcohol Consumption: Comparative Effects on Sleepiness, Mood and Performance in Pediatric Residents

Charles L. Wilson, PhD

Intracranial Microdialysis of Adenosine in the Human Forebrain During Extended Sleep Deprivation

Kenneth P. Wright, Jr., PhD

Effects of Chronic Partial Sleep Loss on Cognitive and Neurobehavioral Function



2000 Award Recipients

Recipient

Project Title

Radhika Basheer, PhD

Role of Adenosine in Prolonged Wakefulness: A Molecular Study

Chiara Cirelli, MD, PhD

Fatal Familial Insomnia: Changes in Brain Gene Expression

Diego Contreras, MD, PhD

Sleep Rhythms and Sleep Behavior in the Kv3.2 Knockout Mouse

James M. Krueger, PhD

Sleep has a Synaptic Plasticity Function

Mahesh Thakkar, PhD

Oresin in the Control of Sleep-Wakefulness

David P. White, MD

Computational Model of Human Pharyngeal Airway