The Center for Sleep and Circadian Science (CSCS) is an internationally-recognized group of investigators, educators, and clinicians united around a common vision: To optimize health through sleep and circadian science.
To optimize health and function through sleep and circadian science.
The Center for Sleep and Circadian Science advances the science and practice of sleep and circadian medicine through innovations in research, education, and clinical care.
NEWS AND EVENTS
CSCS Research Day
The 5th Annual Sleep & Circadian Science Research Day will be held on November 21, 2019 at the University Club. This event is open to all faculty, trainees, and students at the University of Pittsburgh and other local universities who are interested in sleep and circadian research.
CSCS Grand Rounds Presentations
Sleep Grand Rounds presentations typically focus on recent scientific advances in a research program or project, from both local investigators and outside speakers. Presenters showcase innovative methodology, recent findings, or future directions of a research program. CME/CEU are offered for Grand Rounds sessions.
CSCS Journal Club
Typically led by trainees, journal club meetings provide an opportunity for exploration and discussion of a recently published scientific article. Trainees choose a publication, which may represent ‘hot science’ or a scientific area in which the group is seeking additional knowledge. Discussion among all attendees follows a brief presentation by the trainee.
CSCS Research in Progress
This meeting is intended to be a more informal and supportive venue for trainees and faculty to present study ideas and/or on-going data analyses. The meeting is comprised of a brief presentation by the presenter, followed by feedback and discussion by attendees.
Clinical Practice Update
Clinical Practice Updates provide an opportunity for a clinician specializing in an aspect of sleep medicine to provide an overview of an area of interest, an update on a specific clinical topic, or a case presentation. Presenters have backgrounds in psychiatry, psychology, pulmonology, nursing, pediatrics, and medicine, among others.