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overview As a postdoctoral fellow in the Sleep and Inflammatory Systems Laboratory (mentors: Dr. Monika Haack & Dr. Janet Mullington), my research and clinical work aim to better understand stress physiology--in daily life as well as nightly sleep--and how to enhance wellness both individually and more broadly as a connected society. Domains of interest: 1) Sleep function and intervention. a. Quantitative EEG analysis of sleep and wake. b. Sleep regulation and behavioral correlates. c. Behavioral sleep medicine (BSM) interventions. 2) Stress, autonomic regulation, immune function, and associated physiology. a. Experimental stress paradigms. b. Hyperarousal associated with insomnia and related psychopathology. c. Sleep physiology associated with meditation training. 3) Mindfulness, yoga, Tai Chi, and related mind-body interventions. a. Clinical trials b. Intervention-specific mechanisms (e.g. mindfulness versus slow-paced breathing) c. Moderators of long-term health outcomes (e.g. does mindfulness change the relationship between 'arousal' and disease?) Society Memberships * Sleep Research Society (SRS) * American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) * Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine (SBSM) * Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP) * Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS)
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Concept Sleep Stages
Concept Sleep Deprivation
Concept Sleep, REM
Concept Sleep Initiation and Maintenance Disorders
Academic Article Regional Patterns of Elevated Alpha and High-Frequency Electroencephalographic Activity during Nonrapid Eye Movement Sleep in Chronic Insomnia: A Pilot Study.
Academic Article Sleep confers a benefit for retention of statistical language learning in 6.5month old infants.
Academic Article Medroxyprogesterone acetate is associated with increased sleep spindles during non-rapid eye movement sleep in women referred for polysomnography.
Academic Article Establishing the objective sleep phenotype in hypersomnolence disorder with and without comorbid major depression.
Academic Article Effects of oral temazepam on slow waves during non-rapid eye movement sleep in healthy young adults: A high-density EEG investigation.
Academic Article Topographic and sex-related differences in sleep spindles in major depressive disorder: a high-density EEG investigation.
Academic Article Antidepressant effects of selective slow wave sleep deprivation in major depression: a high-density EEG investigation.
Academic Article Effects of partial sleep deprivation on slow waves during non-rapid eye movement sleep: A high density EEG investigation.
Academic Article Altered overnight modulation of spontaneous waking EEG reflects altered sleep homeostasis in major depressive disorder: a high-density EEG investigation.
Academic Article Increased high-frequency NREM EEG power associated with mindfulness-based interventions for chronic insomnia: Preliminary findings from spectral analysis.
Academic Article Objective measures of sleep duration and continuity in major depressive disorder with comorbid hypersomnolence: a primary investigation with contiguous systematic review and meta-analysis.
Academic Article Overnight changes in waking auditory evoked potential amplitude reflect altered sleep homeostasis in major depression.
Academic Article Effects of oral temazepam on sleep spindles during non-rapid eye movement sleep: A high-density EEG investigation.
Academic Article Sex-related differences in sleep slow wave activity in major depressive disorder: a high-density EEG investigation.
Academic Article Electrophysiological traces of visuomotor learning and their renormalization after sleep.
Academic Article The 5a-reductase inhibitor finasteride is not associated with alterations in sleep spindles in men referred for polysomnography.
Academic Article Insomnia and cardiovascular autonomic control.
Academic Article In: Kushida C, ed. Encyclopedia of Sleep
Award or Honor Receipt Trainee Investigator Award, Honorable Mention (American Academy of Sleep Medicine)
Award or Honor Receipt Trainee Merit Award (Sleep Research Society)
Award or Honor Receipt Trainee Merit Award (Sleep Research Society)
Award or Honor Receipt Grant Writing Workshop Award (Sleep Research Society)
Academic Article Profile of Subjective-Objective Sleep Discrepancy in Patients with Insomnia and Sleep Apnea
Academic Article Effects of sleep and sleep deficiency on autonomic function in humans
Academic Article Treatment of chronic primary insomnia with Kundalini yoga: Randomized controlled trial with active sleep hygiene comparison
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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.