Keynote Speakers

arnulfIsabelle Arnulf, MD, PhD
Parasomnias: a window into dream


Pitié-Salpêtrière University Hospital (France)
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Oliviero Bruni, MD
History of pediatric sleep and the contribution of sleep microstructure


Sapienza University of Rome, Pediatrics (Italy)
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Michael Chee, MBBS
Sleep restriction in adolescents: Cognitive effects and remedies’


Duke-NUS Medical School (Singapore)
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Chiara Cirelli, MD, PhD
Sleep and synaptic homeostasis


University of Wisconsin-Madison (U.S.)
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Fang Han, MD
H1N1, seasonality and childhood narcolepsy


Peking University (China)
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Allison Harvey, PhD
Treating sleep and circadian problems: A transdiagnostic approach


University of California – Berkeley (U.S.)
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Yuichi Inoue, MD, PhD
Racial difference in sleep disorders


Tokyo Medical University (Japan)
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Michael R. Irwin, MD
Chronic insomnia and inflamation


UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience, and David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (U.S.)
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linClement Cheng-Hui Lin, MD
Dental sleep medicine


Chang Gung Craniofacial Center, Surgery and orthodontics (Taiwan)
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Doug McEvoy, MD
Cardiovascular risk, OSA, and CPAP (SAVE study)


Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health (Australia)
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Mary Morrell, PhD
Control of sleep-related breathing


Royal Brompton Hospital – London, Sleep breathing disorders (U.K.)
President of British Sleep Society
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Soňa Nevšímalová, MD, DSc
Central hypersomnias through the eyes of time


Charles University (Czech Republic)
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Jerry Siegel, PhD
The evolution of human sleep based on present-day hunter-gatherers


UCLA Center for Sleep Research (U.S.)
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skene

Debra Skene, BPharm, MSc, PhD
Circadian rhythm sleep disorders: Challenges in diagnosis and treatment


University of Surrey (U.K.)
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tafti

Mehdi Tafti, PhD
Sleep: from single neuron to behavior


University of Lausanne, Basic Science (Switzerland)
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winkelmann Juliane Winkelmann, MD, PhD
Restless legs syndrome: towards a new concept of the disease


Neurogenetics, Technische University Munich (Germany)
Chair, Institute of Neurogenomics, Helmholtz Zentrum München
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