Anne Skeldon speaks at Biological Rhythms Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland

Anne Skeldon was in Lausanne last week (30 May to 1 June) for the 34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms (link here). Anne gave a talk on “Identifying whether extreme sleep phenotypes are driven by endogenous circadian factors or environmental factors by combining light and sleep timing data with mathematics: A step towards designing light interventions for 21st century living”. The talk was based on joint work with Derk-Jan Dijk (Surrey Sleep Research Centre) and others funded by their Dementia Research Institute grant (link here). The image below is from the conference website.