Sleep, Chronobiology and Addiction Research Group
Members of this research group conduct world leading Basic, Clinical and Translational research related to Sleep, Chronobiology and Addiction. Sleep and circadian rhythmicity are fundamental processes, disruption of which leads to physical and mental health problems across the lifespan. Addiction has a strong biological basis and is also associated with physical and mental health problems which are associated with considerable costs to society.
The group consists of 15 academic members of staff and their laboratory members. The academic members of staff are all independent researchers who share an interest in Sleep, Chronobiology and Addiction and seek to strengthen research in these areas through internal and external collaboration with academic and industry partners. The research is supported by state of the art clinical and basic research facilities and core technologies.
For a description of the research efforts and laboratories of the individual members, please view the below profiles:
Group Contact DetailsGroup Leader: Professor Debra J. Skene
|Dr Simon Archer||Head, Department of Biochemical Sciences, Reader in Molecular Biology of Sleep||01483 68 email@example.com||07 AY 02|
|Professor Derk-Jan Dijk||Associate Dean Research and Enterprise, Professor of Sleep and Physiology, Director Surrey Sleep Research Centre||01483 68 firstname.lastname@example.org||16 MA 00|
|Professor Susanna Hourani||Emeritus Professor of Pharmacologyemail@example.com|
|Dr Jonathan Johnston||Reader in Chronobiology and Integrative Physiology||01483 68 firstname.lastname@example.org||05 AY 02|
|Dr Sofia Khan||Clinical Senior Lecturer in Neurology & Sleep Disorders / Honorary Consultant Neurologist||01483 68 email@example.com||09 PGM 00|
|Professor Ian Kitchen||Emeritus Professor of Neuropharmacologyfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Professor Debra J. Skene||Professor of Neuroendocrinology||01483 68 email@example.com||16 AY 02|
|Dr Alfred Thumser||Senior Lecturer in Biochemistry||01483 68 firstname.lastname@example.org||26 AY 04|
|Dr Daan van der Veen||Lecturer in Sleep & Chronobiology||D.VanderVeen@surrey.ac.uk||11 AY 02|
|Dr Raphaelle Winsky-Sommerer||Reader in Sleep & Circadian Rhythms||01483 68 email@example.com|