A lab investigating the brain mechanisms of sleep and sleep disorders, and the role of sleep in cognitive health, using state of the art multimodal neuroimaging techniques.
A little snooze after a brisk bike ride is the best way to fend off forgetfulness and dementia, researchers in Canada have said.
There is a large body of evidence linking both adequate sleep and physical exercise with better memory, but the researchers at Concordia University in Montreal now say there is an added benefit from combining the two…
We are presently recruiting a Postdoctoral fellow interested in clinical research on human sleep and insomnia. The fellow will be working on a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)-funded study examining the impact of cognitive–behavioural treatment for insomnia on neurophysiological systems supporting sleep, emotion regulation and cognition (…)
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