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Ina E. Djonlagic, M.D.

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Georg August University, GermanyMD1995Medicine
New York University, NY2001Internship
Dartmouth, NH2004Neurology
Harvard Medical School, MA2006Sleep Medicine (Research)
Brigham and Women's Hospital, MA2007Sleep Medicine (Clinical Fellowship)

I am an Assistant Professor in Neurology at Harvard Medical School, board certified in Neurology and Sleep Medicine. My clinical exposure to patients with sleep disorders and cognitive problems has driven my research interest of better understanding the plastic brain processes during sleep which result in the formation of new memories and how those processes are affected by diseases and genes.

License and Certification
1998- Unrestricted German Medical License (incl. all EU Countries)
2005- Massachusetts Medical License
2005- Board Certification in Neurology and Psychiatry
2008- Board Certification in Sleep Medicine

Professional Memberships
2003- Member, American Academy of Neurology
2004- Member, American Academy of Sleep Medicine
2006- Member, Society for Neuroscience
2016- Member, European Sleep Research Society

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  1. R01 AG 062667 Jun 1, 2019 - May 31, 2025
    Linking Sleep Disruption to Tau Accumulation and Network Dysregulation in Early Alzheimer's Disease
    Role Description: This project will determine relationships between sleep disruption, tau pathology, and neural network dysfunction in individuals with Mild Cognitive Impairment
  2. K23HL103850 (DJONLAGIC, INA E) Aug 16, 2010 - Jun 30, 2016
    Predictors of sleep-dependent Memory Consolidation in Obstructive Sleep Apnea
    Role: Principal Investigator
  3. (Ina Djonlagic)
    American Sleep Medicine Foundation, Physician Scientist Award
    Sleep, Learning and Parkinson Disease
  4. 171-BS-17 (Ina Djonlagic)
    American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Bridge to Success Award
    Sleep disturbances in preclinical Alzheimer disease
  5. 54-JF-10 (Ina Djonlagic)
    American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Junior Faculty Research Award
    Predictors of Sleep-Dependent Memory Consolidation

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.