Chronobiology

Aims

  1. To promote research collaboration and clinical practice in chronobiology including circadian physiology and its influence on the sleep-wake cycle, symptomology of circadian disruption, and the diagnosis and treatment of circadian rhythm sleep disorders.
  2. To provide expertise to colleagues and the general public on biological rhythms as they relate to sleep and waking alertness for the identification, management and prevention of circadian disruption.
  3. To contribute to the organisation of Annual Scientific Meetings of the Australasian Sleep Association.

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Additional Information

Health Professionals Information [link]

Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders [link]

Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome [link]

Latest News

  • Dr Ching Li Chai-Coetzer - Award

    26th May 15

    At the 2015 American Thoracic Society Scientific meeting in Denver ASA Member  Dr Ching Li Chai-Coetzer from the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health won The Assembly on Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology's James B. Skatrud New Investigator Award. 

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  • Recall for product correction - additional affected devices

    26th May 15

    ResMed devices that use Adaptive Servo-Ventilation therapy

    The TGA have advised that two additional devices have been added to those listed in the previous recall.
    VPAP Tx (Product Code - 25103)
    S9 VPAP Tx (Product Code - 36030

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  • URGENT RECALL FOR PRODUCT CORRECTION

    15th May 15

    TGA have issued an Urgent Recall for Product Correction following a serious safety concern identified during the preliminary primary data analysis from the SERVE-HF clinical trial undertaken by ResMed.  

     

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