Standford Medicine – Sleep News

Drug improves incontinence, sleep
A drug used to treat incontinence in women also shows promise in decreasing poor sleep, a new study from a Stanford researcher shows. Jan 11, 2018

Sleep problems linked to more suicidal thoughts
Among young adults at risk for suicide, highly variable sleep patterns may augur an increase in suicidal symptoms, independent of depression, a study from Stanford has found. Jun 28, 2017

Flashing light at night adjusts sleep cycle
Short flashes of light at night are more effective than using continuous light as therapy to prevent disruptions in people’s circadian rhythms, according to researchers. Feb 8, 2016

Sleep gene linked to heart failure
Researchers have identified a previously unknown association between heart function and the narcolepsy-linked orexin receptor pathway, a finding that could provide a promising direction for treatment research. Nov 30, 2015

University of Arizona College of Medicine: Sleep & Health Research Program – Publications

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai: Sleep Medicine Research Program – Publications

College of Medicine Tucson: Psychiatry – Publications

Massachusetts General Hospital: Psychiatry – News Coverage

Oxford Academic: Sleep

Elsevier: Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms

European Sleep Research Society: Publications

Washington State University: Publications

Johns Hopkins Medicine

Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program
Our mission is to advance the science and treatment of sleep disorders and their consequences, using behavioral and psychological approaches.

Sleep Research
Johns Hopkins’ sleep research seeks to better understand the relationship between sleep and cognition in health and disease. Our clinical trials explore the role of normal and disordered sleep at various stages of the life cycle and the impact of disease on sleep, including arthritis and HIV infection. Investigations also cover the influence of sleep on waking experience and the biological and behavioral impact of sleep disruption.

The American Thoracic Society

Sleep education clinincal resources
Covers Restless Leg Syndrome, Adult Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Pediatric Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Neuromuscular Disease and Sleep, Central Sleep Apnea, and Primer on Sleep Study Interpretation.

ATS Sleep Fragments
Sleep Fragments is a monthly feature sponsored by the Assembly on Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology. Each tracing is in a question/answer format and is designed to test members’ expertise in sleep medicine and polysomnography. The tracings may represent physiologic events, abnormal events, artifacts and sleep disorders.

European Sleep Research Society

Journal of Sleep Research

University of Surrey


Harvard Medical School – Division of Sleep Medicine

Resources, Research, and Education
The Division of Sleep Medicine’s researchers are leading science to a greater understanding of sleep and circadian physiology, and developing more effective therapies for the treatment of sleep disorders.