We employ genetic, molecular, cellular, neurophysiological, pharmacological and mathematical modelling approaches to understand the contribution of sleep and circadian rhythms to the brain and body in health and disease.
The Surrey Sleep Research Centre (SSRC) has twelve fully equipped EEG sleep and circadian rhythm research laboratories for human studies and ambulatory sleep EEG recording systems, and can record EEG sleep and circadian rhythms in up to 24 mice simultaneously.
People in the Section of Sleep
|Professor Derk-Jan Dijk||Professor of Sleep and Physiology, Director Surrey Sleep Research Centre|
|Professor Simon Archer||Head, Department of Biochemical Sciences, Reader in Molecular Biology of Sleep|
|Dr Nayantara Santhi||Research Fellow at the Surrey Sleep Research Centre (SSRC)|
|Dr Julie Seibt||Lecturer in Sleep and Plasticity|
|Dr Raphaelle Winsky-Sommerer||Reader in Sleep & Circadian Rhythms|