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October 2019

Sleep and Chronobiology Grand Rounds: Jacob Collen MD

October 10, 2019 @4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Biomedical Science Tower (BST) Rm 1295, 200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, United States
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 Sleep and Chronobiology Grand RoundsJacob Collen, MDAssistant Professor of MedicineWalter Reed National Military Medical Center

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Sleep and Chronobiology Grand Rounds: Azadeh Yadollahi PhD

October 17, 2019 @4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Biomedical Science Tower (BST) Rm 1295, 200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, United States
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Sleep and Chronobiology Grand Rounds Azadeh Yadollahi, PhD Assistant ProfessorToronto Rehabilitation InstituteUniversity of Toronto

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Sleep and Circadian Science Grand Rounds: Kristine Wilckens, PhD

October 31, 2019 @4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Biomedical Science Tower (BST) Rm 1295, 200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, United States
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Title: Slow-wave sleep enhancement and early markers of Alzheimer’s disease

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November 2019

Sleep & Circadian Science Research Day

November 21, 2019
University Club, 123 University Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15135 United States
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January 2020

Sleep and Circadian Science Grand Rounds- Kathryn Roecklein, PhD

January 16 @4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Biomedical Science Tower (BST) Rm 1295, 200 Lothrop Street
Pittsburgh, United States

Pupillometric measures of melanopsin containing retinal ganglion cell responsivity: Individual differences in responsivity and Psychopathology

The post-illumination pupil response (PIPR) indexes the responsivity of the intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells (ipRGCs) containing melanopsin. As these cells are the retinal origin of projections to the central circadian clock, individual differences in the cell biology, signal transduction, and neurotransmission of ipRGCs are relevant for sleep and circadian behavior and pathology. Current projects, new data, and the implications of this work for understanding the role of environmental light on mood and alertness are discussed.

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