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For lists of research specialties of certain sleep researchers worldwide, see http://bisleep.medsch.ucla.edu/map/world.map.shtml as well as specific information on the Faculty for the National Multi-Site training Program for Basic Sleep Research: http://bisleep.medsch.ucla.edu/multi--site/faculty.shtml common
Other information for sleep research trainees can be found at http://www.websciences.org/trainee/
The Bradley Sleep Research Laboratory's apprenticeship program for college students run by Mary Carskadon (including biology majors) interested particularly in adolescent biological rhythms. A descriptive article was found at http://www.brown.eduAdministration/George_Street_Journal/vol23/23GSJ)2e.shtml "To sleep . . . perchance to dream . . . larks and owls tend sleep lab subjects," by Scott J. Turner, of Brown University.
Stanford professor Dr. William S. Dement, a prominent researcher who first studied REM sleep as a student under Nathaniel Kleitman and current director of the Stanford University Sleep Disorders Clinic and Laboratory, hosts a website called "Sleep Well," found at: http://www.stanford.edu/~dement/ Arizona
Dr. Richard Bootzin's faculty mentor's page contains links to both the Sleep Research lab and the University Medical Center's Sleep Disorders Center. http://w3.arizona.edu/~psych/facsfls/brr.shtml
UCLA has extensive web information on sleep, with the basic "stem" address of: http://bisleep.medsch.ucla.edu/ undergraduates
Learn more about the 1999 Women in Sleep and Rhythm Research Co-chairs and their eforts "to provide communication and mentorship between women scientists and students." Susan Labyak, U. of No. Carolina, Chapel Hill, Jodi Mindell, St. Joseph's University and Pediatric Director at the Center for Sleep Medicine; Amy Wolfson, College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. at URL valid as of Aug. 13, 1999: http://bisleep.medsch.ucla.edu/WiSRR.[an error occurred while processing this directive]