Over 100 Harvard faculty are affiliated with the Harvard Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine. Faculty Affiliates and their Trainees working in sleep and sleep medicine enjoy the following benefits:

Benefits of Affiliation of the HMS Division of Sleep Medicine
Personal Profile Pages on this website
Ability to host laboratory, division and Research Unit description pages on this website
Ability to highlight descriptions of important research on this website
Ability to post human subjects recruitment  announcements on this website
Participation in annual Division events, including Faculty Meetings, Annual Prize eventsSleep Medicine Poster Session and Faculty Dinner
Interaction and potential collaboration with other Harvard faculty and trainees interested in the fields of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms


All Faculty Affiliates must have a current Harvard academic appointment. Division of Sleep Medicine Faculty Affiliation does not confer a Harvard appointment. Current trainees of DSM Affiliated Faculty, please follow this link.

 

Criteria for Affiliation
Current Harvard academic appointment
Demonstrated contribution to the field of sleep and circadian biology and medicine
Demonstrated collegiality with members of the Harvard sleep community
An active academic sleep role, confirmed by at least one of the following:
  • Teaching related to sleep or circadian rhythms, including didactic teaching or supervising residents, students and/or fellows on a weekly basis or equivalent in a clinical or research setting
  • Research (or active support of research) related to sleep or circadian rhythms
  • Publications related to sleep or circadian rhythms
  • Other activities relevant to academic sleep medicine (e.g. public policy, advocacy, education, etc.)


To apply for Faculty Affiliation with the Harvard Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine, please download the application below and see instructions for submission.

Related links
Download HMS DSM Faculty Affiliate application (doc)
Edit your existing profile page
Edit your Research Unit's page (doc)