In addition to the regular and invited lectures given by our faculty across Harvard and around the world, the Division of Sleep Medicine sponsors the following seminar series:
Our 2-day in-person Retreat on Behavioral, Environmental, and Social Determinants of Sleep and Circadian Health and their Relationship to Sleep Health Disparities on June 1-2, 2023 will take place at Brigham and Women's Hospital. The primary goal is to collectively advance the expertise and research interests of our workforce to generate evidence that improves the health of all individuals, in particular those who have faced historic and systemic marginalization. This event will include presentations on the current state of knowledge in the field, appropriate methodology and translation to practice. There will be ample time for discussion.
Special Sleep Grand Rounds Series
The Special Sleep Grand Rounds Series will focus on behavioral, environmental and social determinants of sleep and circadian health and their relationship to sleep health disparities. This special series of lectures, which are an enhancement to the monthly HMS Division of Sleep Medicine Sleep Grand Rounds series, is supported by a supplement from the NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research to our National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute-supported Program of Training in Sleep, Circadian and Respiratory Neurobiology.
Sleep and Health Benefit
On October 3, 2022, the Division of Sleep Medicine will hold its 21st Annual Sleep and Health Benefit virtually. Dr. Pierre-Hervé Luppi, President of the European Sleep Research Society, Research Director for CNRS, and Head of Team “Sleep” at the Université Lyon I, France, will be awarded the 2022 Harvard Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine Prize for his contributions to the field of Sleep Medicine.
Sleep Grand Rounds
Sleep Grand Rounds is an open monthly research seminar, with CME accreditation. In addition to a local audience of between 50 and 100, this seminar is also broadcast to remote sites around the world using videoconferencing technology.
Clinical Sleep Grand Rounds
Clinical Sleep Grand Rounds is a quarterly conference open to all sleep clinicians with CME accreditation. Presentations focus on clinical issues in the practice of Sleep Medicine. Conferences are webcast.
Introductory Sleep Course
The Introductory Sleep Course a free and open survey course presented monthly during the academic year by the faculty of the Training Program in Sleep, Circadian and Respiratory Neurobiology.
Public Lectures are hosted once or twice a year by our division. We invite lecturers from all around the world to share their expertise and knowledge. These public lectures offer an opportunity for public and community engagement.
See the list of upcoming Seminars and Lectures by filtering for "Seminars and Lectures."