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News & Events:
6/10/2009: Poster presentation entitled, "Gender Differences in Sleep Disturbance Patterns Associated with Aging" at the APSS meeting in Seattle, WA.
6/10/2009: Poster presentation entitled, "Who Sleeps Better? Socioeconomic Differences in Reports of Sleep Disturbance" at the APSS meeting in Seattle, WA. This poster was highlighted by the AASM.
6/6/2009 - 6/11/2009: Attending the 23rd annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies in Seattle, WA.
Attending the 6th annual University of Pennsylvania Center for Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology Research Retreat.
5/2/2009: Attending the first annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Sleep Society at the Hershey Medical Center. Presenting a talk entitled, "Who Sleeps Better? Patterns of Sleep Disturbance in the American Population."
Presenting a talk entitled "Who Sleeps Better? Patterns of Sleep Disturbance in the American Population" at the Penn CSRN. To view this talk via the web, click here
3/27/2009 - 3/29/2009:
Attending the Behavioral Sleep Medicine conference in Jacksonville, FL.