Congress of the European Sleep Research Society

Phenotyping as a Rational for Drug Development in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

November 27, 2018

The Professor of Medicine at the University of New South Wales highlighted the latest knowledge in sleep apnea phenotyping and its crucial role in the development of targeted pharmacotherapies to treat OSA.

David Kemlink, MD, PhD: Actigraphic Recordings in Rapid Eye Movement Sleep Behavior Disorder

November 25, 2018

Actigraphic recording from upper extremities show consistently more prominent sleep fragmentation in rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder patients compared to other sleep diagnoses.

Ricardo Osorio, MD: Unanswered Questions About the Relationship Between Sleep, Alzheimer Disease

November 16, 2018

The associate professor at NYU Langone discussed several of the questions that remained unanswered about the relationship between sleep and Alzheimer disease.

Ricardo Osorio, MD, on the Association Between Sleep-Wake Disruptions, Pathogenesis of Alzheimer

November 14, 2018

The associate professor at NYU Langone discussed emerging evidence that suggests that sleep disruption results in higher levels of markers associated with Alzheimer disease.

Rolf Fronczek, PhD, MD: Cluster Headaches and Sleep

November 09, 2018

Recent work demonstrates that the anterior part of the hypothalamus is enlarged in cluster headache.

Rolf Fronczek, PhD, MD: Narcolepsy and Opiates

November 03, 2018

The neurologist discussed an analysis of findings suggesting that opiate agonists may have a role in the treatment of narcolepsy.