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is also the former chairman of the World Health Organization’s worldwide project on sleep and health.

In addition to authoring and co-authoring numerous articles, Dr. Roth serves as past editor-in-chief of the journal Sleep. He currently sits on the editorial boards of Sleep Reviews, Stress Medicine, Advances in Therapy and Human Psychopharmacology. In 2002, Dr. Roth received the NSF’s Lifetime Achievement Award for his accomplishments and contributions to sleep science, sleep medicine and public health. He received a Distinguished Research Award from the Sleep Research Society as well as the Nathanial Kleitman Award from the Academy of Sleep Medicine. Dr. Roth’s contributions to the sleep field are expansive, ranging from prolific research productivity and scholarship to multiple national leadership positions, as well as the mentoring of many students and colleagues.

Dr. Roth received both his doctorate in 1970 from the University of Cincinnati and has since studied sleep homeostatic processes, sleep loss, sleep fragmentation, sleep pathologies and the effects of pharmacologic agents on sleep/wake function. Dr. Roth has publications over 350 manuscripts, 13 edited volumes, 180 chapters, and 521 abstracts.

Andrew D. Krystal, MD, MS , is currently Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the Duke University School of Medicine. There he directs the Sleep Research Laboratory, the Insomnia Clinic, and the Quantitative EEG Laboratory. He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he completed Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Biomedical Engineering. He earned his doctorate in medicine from Duke University in 1987. He subsequently completed psychiatry residency training at Duke along with fellowships in Clinical Neurophysiology and Clinical Research Methodology. He is Board Certified in Psychiatry, Sleep Medicine, and Clinical Neurophysiology. Dr. Krystal currently serves as an Associate Editor of the Journal SLEEP, he is Clinical Editor of the International Journal of Sleep and Wakefulness, and is the Chairman of the Research Committee of the Sleep Research Society. His primary areas of clinical work are in sleep disorders, EEG, and mood disorders. His primary research is related to the pathophysiology and treatment of sleep disorders and mood disorders.

Allison Harvey, PhD , is currently an Associate Professor, Core

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