Symposium Agenda

8:00-8:30am Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:30am-8:45amOpening Remarks: Drs. Nancy Collop & Michelle Lampl
8:45am-9:45amKeynote Address by Dr. Charles Czeisler (Harvard Medical School)
9:50 am-10:30amDr. Dayna Johnson: “The Home Environment and Sleep: Implications for Circadian and Sleep Health”

Dr. Kandis Adams: "One Key Reason Why Monarch Butterflies are Ideal for Sleep Research"
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break/Poster Viewing
11:00am-12:00pmDr. Lynn Marie Trotti: “IdiopathicHypersomnia: Is there a Role for Antibiotics in the Treatment of Sleepiness?”

Madeleine Cohen, MA: “What Keeps Me Up at Night: A Graduate Student’s Research Program on Sleep in the Postpartum”

Dr. Victoria Pak: “Metabolomics and Biomarker Discovery in Sleep Apnea and Cardiovascular Disease”
12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch and Poster Viewing
2:00pm-2:40pmDr. Jon Willie: “Deep Brain Stimulation of Hypothalamus for Narcolepsy-Cataplexy in Mice”

Ayse Cakmak: “Analyzing change points in wearable device data for balanced sleep/wake detection”
2:40pm-3:10pmBreak and Poster Viewing
3:10pm-4:10pmGuest Speaker: Dr. Kristen Knutson (Northwestern University):“Sleep and Circadian Disruption: Potential Mediators of Cardiometabolic Health Disparities”
4:10pm-4:50pmDr. Wei Huang: "Acupuncture for Treatment of Persistent Disturbed Sleep inVeterans with Mind Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Randomized Clinical Trial"

Dr. Benjamin Reiss: “Sleep in the Humanities: A Field Report”
4:50pm-5:00pmClosing Remarks

Presented Abstracts

Poster Title Abstract
Factors Influencing School-Night Bedtime Among Young High School StudentsWebsite
Effects of Sleep on Education and Health Outcomes among AdolescentsWebsite
Shiftwork, Functional Bowel Symptoms and the MicrobiomeWebsite
Apalachee High School Sleep Education Campaign DevelopmentWebsite
Impact of Stress on Sleep Duration Among 9th Grade High School Students
Analysis of comments submitted to the FDA’s Narcolepsy public docket in 2013
Recording and analyzing sleep stages using an in-home sleep monitor
Sleep disruption in a monkey model of focal seizures. Website
Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Sleep Duration Among U.S. Adolescents: Does the Association Differ by Race?Website
Bidirectional Relations between Sleep and Alcohol Use in First Year College StudentsWebsite
The Sleep Home Environmental Exposures and Blood Pressure Study (SHEEP)
Computational Modeling of the Redox Circadian Clock Mediated by Mitochondrial Peroxiredoxin Hyperoxidation