NameDepartmentEmailResearch Interests
Kandis AdamsBiologykandis.lee.adams@emory.eduThe biological clock and its role in behavior and physiological responses
Chelsie Benca-BachmanPsychology chelsie.benca@emory.eduGenetic and environmental influences of substance use, psychopathology, sleep, and executive functioning
Patricia BrennanPsychology
pbren01@emory.eduSocial stress and behavior
Donald BliwiseNeurologydbliwis@emory.eduObstructive sleep apnea, Nocturia, Sleep and dementia, Sleep in movement disorders, REM Behavior Disorder, Observational studies of sleep in institutional populations, Renal disease and sleep, Insomnia, Sleep epidemiology/population-based studies of sleep, Technical developments in polysomnography, Restless legs syndrome
Gari CliffordBiomedical Informaticsgari.clifford@emory.eduSignal processing, machine learning, and physiological modeling to reduce costs, increase accuracy, and improve access in healthcare using high frequency multivariate data streams
Madeleine CohenPsychology madeleine.flora.cohen@emory.eduModifiable environmental influences (e.g., parenting behaviors, sleep) on maternal and child psychopathology and wellbeing

Nancy CollopNeurology nancy.collop@emory.eduSleep-related breathing disorders, treatment of obstructive sleep apnea, sleep apnea and comorbidities
Amanda FreemanCenter for the Study of Human Healthaafreem@emory.eduNeurological and genetic research with focus on how the brain regulates sleep
Julie GazmararianEpidemiology
jagazma@emory.eduEffects of sleep on academic and health outcomes among adolescents
Gillian HueEmory Center for Ethicsghue@emory.eduSleep, circadian rhythms, spinal dopamine
Octavian C. IoachimescuSleep Medicineoioachi@emory.eduPredictive Health in Sleep Medicine - Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA); Point of care clinical research - Algorithms of diagnosis and therapy for OSA, Oxidative stress in OSA, Metabolic consequences of altered sleep
Dayna JohnsonEpidemiology
dayna.johnson@emory.edu
Causes of sleep health disparities
Glenda KeatingNeurologygkeatin@emory.eduBrain substrates important for behavioral state control and their regulation of both movement in sleep/wake states and behavioral sequelae
Michelle LamplAnthropologymlampl@emory.edu
Mechanisms of human growth and factors that influence it (genetic, environmental, nutritional, immunological, hormonal)
Victoria PakNell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
victoria.m.pak@emory.edu
Mechanism of sleepiness in sleep apnea and cardiovascular disease
Benjamin ReissEnglish
benjamin.reiss@emory.edu
Societal rules and expectations for sleep
Hillary RodmanPsychology
hrrodma@emory.edu
Circadian rhythms, individual differences in sleep timing and behavior, neural mechanisms
Ann RogersNell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursingann.e.rogers@emory.eduExcessive daytime sleepiness associated with narcolepsy and insufficient sleep, shiftwork, objective and subjective methods of measuring sleep
Lynn Marie TrottiNeurologylbecke2@emory.eduExcessive daytime sleepiness, sleep disorders, inflammation, microbiome, functional neuroimaging
Jon WillieNeurosurgery
jon.t.willie@emory.edu
Treatment of disorders of deficient or excessive arousal (uncontrollable sleepiness, cataplexy, insomnia, post-traumatic stress disorder, and brain injury)
Qiang ZhangEnvironmental Healthqiang.zhang@emory.eduComputational modeling of circadian rhythm in redox biology and endocrine systems

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