Science of Sleep:
Expert Sleep Research & Education for Everyone

Live Webinar and Q&A series

(recordings available as a podcast)
Tuesdays monthly

Upcoming session:

Sleep & Technology Use:
Blue light has a dark side... Or does it?

Thursday, October 14th, 7:00pm EST | 4:00pm PST

Dr. Michael Gradisar, PhD, M.Psych
Associate Professor at Flinders University, Sleep Clinician for children, adolescents, and adults, and Founder of WINK Sleep.

Full bio

Format & Agenda:

Overcoming Insomnia

  • Introductions (5 mins)
  • Talk on sleep, technology use, and what it means for you & your sleep (including myths, tips, and changes you can make today) (10-20 mins)
  • Audience Q&A (15-30 mins)

About the speaker: Dr. Michael Gradisar

  • a sleep scientist - he comes up with ideas. tests them. publishes them. Over a hundred of them.
  • a sleep practitioner - He’s helped improve the sleep of small ones and tall ones. hundreds of them.
  • a sleep teacher - of high school students. Uni students. researchers. health professionals. All around the world.

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Science of Sleep:
Science, research, and Q&A about all things sleep

  • Anatomy of sleep & sleep stages: What brain structures and processes are involved when your head hits the pillow? How do REM, light sleep, and deep sleep help you be at your best in the morning?
  • Sleep facts & myths: Does your body get used to getting less sleep? How does melatonin impact bedtime and wakeup? Can you train yourself or your kids to be better sleepers?
  • Sleep and children: What does "good sleep" look like at each stage of a child's development? How does sleep impact growth and learning? How can you help improve your child's sleep?
  • How to improve your sleep: Learn the habits, routines, and environmental factors that will help improve your sleep quality, starting today.
  • Sleep and performance: How much does sleep duration and quality impact daily performance, thinking, and memory? What kind of a difference does sleep actually have on your waking hours? How can you optimize to make every day your best?
  • The state of sleep research and latest sleep science discoveries: Can you communicate with someone who is lucid dreaming? How can you follow and participate in deepening our understanding of sleep and neurology?

Featuring top sleep experts & researchers:

Dr. Michael Grandner, PhD
Director of University of Arizona's Sleep & Health Program, award-winning professor and editors, sleep advisor to NCAA & US Olympic teams

Topic:
Sleep and Performance

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Dr. Jamie Zeitzer,
PhD
Associate Professor, Stanford University, Dr. Zeitzer's research focuses on light and sleep in shift work, jet lag, and sleep timing for teens

Topic:
Light & Circadian Rhythms

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Dr. Brian H. Rowe, MD
Scientific Director, CIHR Institute (Canada's Sleep Research organization), Emergency Physician, and Professor, University of Alberta

Topic:
Sleep Research & Getting Involved

Recording coming soon

ReDr. Sara Nowakowski,
PhD, CBSM, DBSM

Associate Professor at Baylor College of Medicine, Section of Health Services Research and Sleep Medicine. IQUEST

Topic:
Overcoming Insomnia

Recording coming soon

Dr. Michael Gradisar, PhD, M.Psych
Associate Professor at Flinders University, Sleep Clinician for children, adolescents, and adults, and Founder of WINK Sleep

Topic:
Technology Use & Sleep

October 2021
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