UCL hosts first Open Sleep Day event

Organised by Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou the SERL hosted their first UCL Open Sleep Day event. The event was open to parents, teens and professionals with an interest in sleep science, typical and atypical development and family experiences. In addition, a group of year 6 pupils from a local school came along for a workshop on sleep. The day consisted of: [if !supportLists]· [endif]A series of talks by sleep researchers and experts covering sleep issues in neurodevelopmental conditions and syndromes and the ways these relate to learning, executive functions and mental health [if !supportLists]· [endif]An interactive sleep workshop – where pupils learnt about why we sleep, how slee

SERL team attend the Sleep and Development Scientists Network

This year the annual Sleep and Development Scientists Network was hosted by the Department of Psychology at the University of York. The day consisted of talks and discussions into the role that sleep plays in memory and development, with research presented from both typical and atypical populations. Three members of our SERL team gave talks on a variety of topics focusing on sleep in atypical development. Our lab director Dr Dagmara Dimitriou discussed personal accounts of sleep issues by autistic adolescents and adults, Our honorary lecturer Dr Anna Joyce spoke about sleep and executive function in young children with Down syndrome. Our PhD candidate Melanie Koelbel gave a talk on sleep in

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