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Project Sleep is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization raising awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders.

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Thank You From College! Jack & Julie Narcolepsy Scholarship Recipients 2016

You made a difference in 2016. You gave students with narcolepsy something intangible: motivation, empowerment, recognition, and a sense of community. Your generosity supported a record fourteen Jack & Julie Narcolepsy Scholarships in 2016. This holiday season, our recipients say thanks to...
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PCORI Engagement Conference unites scientists and advocates to make sleep research more patient-centered

The Strategically Leverage Engage and Empower PCOR in Sleep (SLEEP2) project held its first conference on October 7th in Bethesda, Maryland. SLEEP2 is a new project co-led by the University of Arizona, the Sleep Research Network, and Project Sleep and is funded by...
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Project Sleep & University of Arizona project selected for PCORI Engagement Award

We are thrilled to announce that Project Sleep has been selected for an Eugene Washington Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Engagement Award in collaboration with the University of Arizona and Sleep Research Network. View University of Arizona’s Press Release. The PCORI-funded project, “Strategically Leverage Engage and Empower PCOR...
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Meet the 2016 Jack & Julie Narcolepsy Scholarship Recipients

Project Sleep is proud to introduce the 14 recipients of the 2016 Jack & Julie Narcolepsy Scholarship. Please join us in cheering on these inspiring students who exemplify courage and hope while taking on college with narcolepsy. Meet the 2016 Recipients: Jack Agnes Oakdale, NY Jack...
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Re-Cap: SLEEP IN 2016 Superstars Unite Worldwide!

On March 11-13, people and pets around the world took to their beds for SLEEP IN 2016 (#SLEEPIN2016). Participants spent a remarkable 2,017 hours in bed collectively to make peace with sleep! Our second annual SLEEP IN brought together 92 participants from 10 countries...
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