About The Emory Program in Sleep

The Emory Program in Sleep is a program of individuals with shared academic interests in sleep as a behavioral, historical, cultural, and biological phenomenon.  As such, its span includes faculty across campus in various Centers, Schools, Divisions, and Departments.  This is inclusive of the Woodruff Health Sciences (that is, The Schools of Medicine, the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, the Rollins School of Public Health, the Yerkes National Primate Center, and EmoryHealthcare).  Additionally, some faculty maintain primary appointments in several departments in the undergraduate college.  Together, we are committed to scholarly inquiry into sleep by way of leveraging our shared passion in understanding how sleep impacts the individual and the society in which we live in so many important ways.