At the Washington University Sleep Medicine Center, a diverse team of specialists — including experts in pulmonary and critical care (lung/respiratory specialists), adult and pediatric neurology, otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat specialists) and psychology — work together to diagnose and treat the problems affecting sleep.
The Clocks & Sleep Club aims to help promote ongoing research on the role of sleep and circadian rhythms in neurodegenerative disease.
Healthy Start Times is the St. Louis, Missouri Chapter of Start School Later, Inc, a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to healthy, safe, and equitable school hours. Click the link for more information and to get involved in their efforts.
CircaDB is a database of circadian transcriptional profiles from time course expression experiments from mice and humans. Each transcript’s expression was evaluated by three separate algorithms, JTK_Cycle, Lomb Scargle and DeLichtenberg. Users can query the gene annotations using simple and powerful full text search terms, restrict results to specific data sets and provide probability thresholds for each algorithm. Visualizations of the data are intuitive charts that convey profile information more effectively than a table of probabilities. The CircaDB web application is open source and is in use by hundreds of researchers all over the world without restriction.