Sleep clinical care and research is in a constant state of evolution. Technology is allowing us to research sleep more objectively and in a practical way with the development of many useful devices.
While sleep disorders have always existed, they have not always been diagnosed. Researchers want to explore better ways to diagnose and treat conditions such as sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome and insomnia to name a few. This quest for knowledge is what motivates us to get involved in technological developments, clinical trials and research initiatives.
If you are interested in conducting any type of sleep research please contact our professional research group at email@example.com
Associations between daytime sleepiness and polysomnographic measures
Can we predict levels of sleepiness based on objective polysomnography measures?
Vanessa Lo – UBC Nursing student 2022
Adolescents’ knowledge of sleep and cardiovascular health
How much do adolescents in the Okanagan know about sleep and its importance for health?
Salena Bath – BSc, Biology, UBC; MD Candidate 2024
Systematic review on cannabis dosing for sleep disorders
How should cannabis be administered for therapeutic sleep purposes?
Adeeb Malas – ADRPM, Selkirk College; UBC MD Candidate 2022
Jordanna Roesler – BSc, UBC; UBC MD Candidate 2022
Pierre Boerkoel – BSc, Biology & Computer science, UBC; UBC MD Candidate 2023
Katie Cullen – BSc, Behavioural Neuroscience, UBC; UBC MD Candidate 2023
Michelle Hawkins – BSc, Microbiology, UBC; MD Candidate 2023