- 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.
- 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.
- To contribute to the organisation of Annual Scientific Meetings of the Australasian Sleep Association.
25th Nov 15
11th Nov 15
22nd Oct 15
More than $1.6million awarded to ASA researchers to investigate the link between sleep, dementia and cognitive impairment.