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The Sleep & Cognition Lab hosted its first full in-person lab meeting since the easing of measures.
Dr. Stijn Massar discusses his poster with members of the public at OHBM 2019.
Raffles Science Symposium. Prof. Chee spoke at the seminar on ’Sleep and Wellbeing: Why it Matters’. The slides of the talk can be found here.
OHMB 2018 in Singapore The main entrance at Suntec CNL’ers at the opening reception Mike after the Local Organizing Committee symposium with Thomas, Helen and AnQi CNL’ers at the closing reception at the posters
CNL team at SLEEP 2017
CNL’ers at the 6th Society for Biological Decision Making Meeting at Paris Stijn busy explaining his poster Mike, Stijn and Amitai Shenhav at the SBDM social
Another news article that features our findings from the ‘Need for Sleep’ study. One of the main findings from the study is that recovery sleep can’t fully fix some cognitive deficits. Click here to read more.
We have completed our second Need For Sleep study, a 15-day experimental protocol that aims to study the effect of nap in adolescents. Watch this space for updates on what we find from the study.
Kelly Bennion, PhD exchange student, has just concluded her 3-month attachment with our lab. Thank you for all your contributions during this time; it’s been a wonderful experience working with you! We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Come back soon!
Professor Chee gave a talk at Nanyang Girls’ High School on sleep management and learning
Duke-NUS Student Spotlight Our alumni, Natalie Wee shares her journey as a Year 3 medical student. Click here to read more.
CNL at the 6th World Congress on Sleep Medicine (WASM 2015) Professor Chee presented Functional Imaging of Sleep Loss at the symposium Dr Lo gave an oral presentation on Associations between Self-Resported Sleep Duration and Cognitive Performance in Older Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Ms Leong presented a poster titled Self-Reported Sleep Duration and Levels of Inflammatory Markers: Similarities and Differences across Genders