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The Sociability of Sleep’s Sleep Salon: “Writing Sleep”

Tune in on Wednesday, March 23, 2022, 12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m. ET for the Sleep Salon 8: Writing Sleep featuring Project Sleep’s President & CEO, Julie Flygare, alongside literary scholar, Dr. Diletta de Cristofaro. Julie will share about writing “Wide Awake and Dreaming: A Memoir of Narcolepsy” and developing Project Sleep’s Rising Voices program…

Josh Andrews Speaks at Black Men’s Brain Health Conference

On Feb. 9, 2022, Josh Andrews was a featured speaker at the Black Men’s Brain Health Conference, in Los Angeles, CA. The Black Men’s Brain Health Conference brought together a multidisciplinary group of scientists and community leaders to increase representation of Black men in brain science research and reduce brain health disparities among Black men.…

Dr. Dayna Johnson: 2022 Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 3

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full SeriesMeet Dr. Dayna Johnson! Dr. Dayna Johnson, PhD, is an Assistant…
Narcolepsy Nerd Alert Health Insurance 101

Narcolepsy Nerd Alert: Health Insurance 101

If you’ve ever felt like navigating health insurance is a full-time job, you’re not alone. Special guest Megan Donnell joined us to share healthcare coverage insights, information, and resources on Narcolepsy Nerd Alert: Health Insurance 101. Watch the video below and download the accompanying PDF toolkit for more information and health insurance resources. Watch Video &…

2022 Rising Voices Application Now Open!

Raise Your Voice Project Sleep is now accepting applications for our 2022 Rising Voices training! This leadership program trains people with narcolepsy and other sleep disorders to effectively raise awareness through public speaking.  Graduates are equipped to share their stories with healthcare providers, universities, local communities, news outlets, blogs, and beyond. Rising Voices combines the…

Lauren Thomas: 2022 Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 2

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full SeriesMeet Lauren Thomas! Lauren Thomas is an advocate, a daughter, and…

Dr. Azizi Seixas: 2022 Black History Month Sleep Leaders Part 1

To celebrate Black History Month, Project Sleep is honored to highlight incredible accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans from across the sleep field—from scientists to advocates. Please join us in celebrating Black excellence by spreading the word about these sleep community leaders! See Full SeriesMeet Dr. Azizi Seixas! Azizi Seixas, PhD, is a sleep and…

Coming Soon to a Bed Near You: Sleep In 2022!

Calling All Sleep Advocates! Please join us for the eighth annual Sleep In 2022 (#SleepIn2022) over the weekend of March 18-20, 2022, to raise awareness about sleep health and sleep disorders. Whether you are a sleepy teen, person with a sleep condition, sleep professional, researcher, company, organization, or sleep enthusiast, your SLEEP IN matters! For…

Idiopathic Hypersomnia Story: Meet Christina

I never knew how much I needed my family and friends’ social support until I had it. — Christina Brundage, RVN Speaker Our Rising Voices of Narcolepsy Story Sharing live broadcast series continued on February 6th, 2022 with new storyteller Christina Brundage! Christina shared her idiopathic hypersomnia story and passion for advocacy and social support. Watch…

Super Bowl Week: Josh Andrews Featured at Black Men’s Brain Health Conference

On Feb. 9, 2022, Josh Andrews will speak at the Black Men’s Brain Health Conference in Los Angeles, CA. During Super Bowl week, the Black Men’s Brain Health Conference will convene scientists and community leaders to increase the representation of Black men in brain science research and to reduce brain health disparities among Black men.…
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