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Elizabeth Wilson: 2022 National Poetry Month Part 2

April is National Poetry Month! Project Sleep is proud to highlight poets and poetry from our community throughout the month of April. Curated by Ana Lara. See Full SeriesMeet the Poet: Elizabeth Wilson is an aspiring tap dancer, chronic illness advocate, and Rising Voices of Narcolepsy speaker, living with type 1 narcolepsy in the North…

Matt Horsnell: 2022 National Poetry Month Part 1

April is National Poetry Month! Project Sleep is proud to highlight poets and poetry from our community throughout the month of April. Curated by Ana Lara. See Full SeriesMeet the Poet: Matthew Horsnell is a father of three living with type 1 narcolepsy (narcolepsy with cataplexy). With symptom onset beginning before age twelve, Matt searched…

Dr. Jade Wu: 2022 Women’s History Month Sleep Leaders Part 4

March is Women’s History Month! Project Sleep is proud to celebrate the vital role of women in the sleep community through a series of feature profiles. See Full SeriesGraphic by Eleanor Wales Meet Dr. Jade Wu! Dr. Jade Wu, PhD, is a board-certified behavioral sleep medicine (BSM) specialist and researcher at Duke University School of…

Sleep In 2022 Made Peace with Sleep!

Project Sleep’s Sleep In 2022 (#SleepIn2022) brought the sleep community together online to honor our needs for rest and recovery. The eighth annual Sleep In event took place from March 18-20, 2022. Participants were encouraged to prioritize sleep, rest, and self care while fundraising for Project Sleep. During Sleep In 2022, 96 participants raised more than…

Rising Voices of Narcolepsy: Meet World Traveler Chelsea

My abilities changed — my interests did not.” —Chelsea Cataldi, Rising Voices advocate Our Rising Voices Story Sharing live broadcast series continued on April 3, 2022 with new storyteller Chelsea Cataldi! Chelsea shared her narcolepsy story and pursuit of a life filled with travel, creative expression, and laughter. Applications for 2022 Rising Voices training are open…

Dr. Anne Marie Morse: 2022 Women’s History Month Sleep Leaders Part 3

March is Women’s History Month! Project Sleep is proud to celebrate the vital role of women in the sleep community through a series of feature profiles. See Full SeriesGraphic by Eleanor Wales Meet Dr. Anne Marie Morse! Dr. Anne Marie Morse, DO, is a board-certified and fellowship-trained pediatric neurologist and sleep medicine specialist at Geisinger…

Dr. Meredith Broderick: 2022 Women’s History Month Sleep Leaders Part 2

March is Women’s History Month! Project Sleep is proud to celebrate the vital role of women in the sleep community through a series of feature profiles. See Full Series Meet Dr. Meredith Broderick! Dr. Meredith Broderick, MD, is triple-board-certified in neurology, sleep medicine, and behavioral sleep medicine. Not only is she one of the only physicians…

Dr. Shelby Harris: 2022 Women’s History Month Sleep Leaders Part 1

March is Women’s History Month! Project Sleep is proud to celebrate the vital role of women in the sleep community through a series of feature profiles. See Full Series Meet Dr. Shelby Harris! Dr. Shelby Harris, PsyD, is a psychologist in private practice in NYC, NY specializing in behavioral sleep medicine (BSM) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy…

Julie Flygare Speaking at the 2022 World Sleep Congress in Rome, Italy

Project Sleep’s President and CEO, Julie Flygare, will speak at the 2022 World Sleep Congress taking place March 11-16, 2022, in Rome, Italy. Julie will present new research findings on “Narcolepsy in Cinema” during the course, “Art History and Humanities in Sleep: Morning Course and Walking Tour of Museum” on Friday, March 11, 2022. This…

Julie Flygare’s Upcoming TEDxSDSU Talk

Project Sleep’s president and CEO, Julie Flygare, will deliver a TEDx Talk at at San Diego State University’s 8th annual TEDxSDSU on Sunday, March 20, 2022. This year’s TEDxSDSU is centered around the universal question: “What’s Your Why?” The event will “explore the passions and motivations behind solving problems, inspiring populations and moving mountains for change.” Julie is…
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