HOW MANY YOUNG LIVES ARE DESTROYED
BECAUSE THEY NEVER GET ENOUGH SLEEP?

A Quarter Century of Sleep Medicine at Stanford University

Silver Anniversary Year
Launch Event!

A lecture on

"Adolescent Sleep:
Can We Reconcile Biological Need
With Societal Demands?"

given by

Mary Alice Carskadon, Ph.D.

Professor, Psychiatry and Human Behavior,
Brown University, School of Medicine

Director,
Chronobiology and Sleep Research Laboratory,
E. P. Bradley Hospital

Monday, April 21, 1997

4:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.

Margaret Jacks Hall
First floor conference room
Outer Quad, Bldg. 460, Rm. 146
Stanford University

co-sponsored by

The Stanford Center on Adolescence
and

The Stanford University Sleep Disorders Clinic
and Research Center

A world-renowned expert on adolescent sleep, Dr. Caskardon's current research efforts include laboratory and field-based studies examining the behavior of adolescents when they are confronted with changing school schedules, demands of part-time employment, or obligations to organized sports. Ongoing fundamental laboratory research examines the phase, period, and amplitude of circadian rhythms in adolescents as a function of pubertal stage.

Dr. Mary A. Carskadon and Dr. William C. Dement served as co-directors of Stanford
University Summer Sleep Camp (1975-1985)

Facimile of original:

Stanford University
School of Medicine


Postgraduate
Medical Education

SLEEP DISORDERS:

A New
Clinical Discipline

November 29, 1972

Cabaña Hyatt House
4290 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, California