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
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
Mechanisms of human growth and factors that influence it (genetic, environmental, nutritional, immunological, hormonal)
Victoria PakNell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
Mechanism of sleepiness in sleep apnea and cardiovascular disease
Benjamin ReissEnglish
Societal rules and expectations for sleep
Hillary RodmanPsychology
Circadian rhythms, individual differences in sleep timing and behavior, neural mechanisms
Ann RogersNell Hodgson Woodruff School of 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
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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