2017

Sleep & Health Seminar Herbst Semester

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
01.09.2017

 Lukas Imbach  

 Dept. of Neurology, USZ

Exploring motor networks in REM sleep behavior disorder:

lessons from intracranial recordings in PD patients

06.10.2017

Mick Lehmann

Dario Dornbierer

Inst. of Pharmacology and Toxicology, UZH

Metabolic alterations in the sleeping brain - a magnetic resonance spectroscopy study
20.10.2017

Tristan Bekinschtein

University of Cambridge (UK)

You are losing it! Fragmentation of cognition in the process of falling asleep

03.11.2017 Sira Thiel
Dept. of Pulmonology, USZ
Does OSA affect cerebrovascular function?
17.11.2017

Sandro Lecci 

University of Lausanne

Infra-slow oscillation (0.02 Hz) during non-REM sleep orchestrates spontaneous and stimulus-evoked state transitions

01.12.2017

 Eva von Poppel

University of Fribourg 

Manipulating memory during sleep

 

15.12.2017

Leila Tarokh 

University of Bern

The heritability of sleep in adolescence

12.01.2018

Franziska Ryser

Dept. of Neurology, USZ

Wearable sensor technology for the assessment of sleep and sleep disorders

26.01.2018

Helene Werner          

Psychologisches Institut / UZH

 Later school start in the morning – requests and opinions of adolescents

 

 

 

 

Sleep & Health Seminar Frühling Semester

Date Title Room

Fr, January 13, 2017/ 12.15-13.30

CRPP

Circadian neuron control of daily sleep-activity rhythms

Benedict Hugh Collins, PhD
Inst. of Pharmacology and Toxicology, UZH

HAL E3

Fr, January 27, 2017/ 12.15-13.30

CRPP

The fundamental role of slow-wave sleep after brain injury

Roland Renzel, MD

Division of Neurology, USZ

HAL E3

Fr, February 3, 2017/ 12.15-13.30

CRPP

Presentation of SNF Sinergia Grant

"Sleep as a model to understand and manipulate cortical activity in order to promote neuroplasticity and functional recovery after stroke"

Natalie Heyse

Children's Hospital UZH

HAL E3

Fr, March 3, 2017/

12.15-13.15

CRPP

Effects of CPAP and MAD on symptoms, quality of life and blood pressure in patients with OSA: results from three network metanalyses
Esther Schwarz, MD
Div. of Pulmonology, USZ
HAL E3

Fr, March 17, 2017/

11.00-12.00

ZiS

Treatment of insomnia - in the search of sleep quality
Ramin Khatami, PD Dr. med.
Klinik Barmelweid

HAL E3

Fr, April 7, 2017/ 12.15-13.15

CRPP

The development of infant sleep and gut microbiota: An Update
Sarah Schoch
Div. of Pulmonology, USZ
HAL E3

Fr, April 21, 2017/ 12.15-13.15

CRPP

The pivotal role of sleep in Parkinson's disease - novel implications for symptomatic and disease-modifying treatment options

Fabian Büchele, MD
Div. of Neurology, USZ

HAL E3

Fr, May 5, 2017/

12.15-13.15

CRPP

Understanding and Treating Nightmares in Psychiatric inpatients
Thomas Mäder
Div. of Experimental Psychopathology and Psychotherapy, UZH

HAL E3

Mon, May 8, 2017/ 14.00-15.00

ZiS

High-density EEG permits the detection of resting state networks

Quanying Liu
Neural Control of Movement Lab, Div. of Health Sciences and Technology, ETHZ

Irchel

17-H-05

Fr, May 19, 2017/

12.15-13.15

ZiS

Sleep research at the German Aerospace Center:

New results, new opportunities

Dr. Daniel Aeschbach
Deutsches Institut für Luft- und Raumfahrtmedizin, Cologne, Germany

Irchel
17-H-05

Fr, June 2, 2017/ 12.15-13.15

CRPP

Diurnal changes in markers of cortical plasticity in children, adolescent and adults
Carina Volk

Children's Hospital UZH

HAL E3

Fr, June 16, 2017/ 12.15-13.15

ZiS

Internet-based self-help for insomnia

Dr. Eva Heim

Div. of Psychology, Psychopathology and Clinical Intervention

HAL E3

Fr, July 7, 2017/ 12.15-13.15

CRPP

Recent advances in the human neuropsychopharmacology of gamma-hydroxybutyrate

Oliver G. Bosch, MD
Div. of Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, UZH
HAL E3

Fr, Sept 15, 2017/

12.00-18.00

CRPP

Annual CRPP Retreat EPI Park