Oct 29-30 At a Glance

Exhibit Hall Open + Sponsor Mini-Talks

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Exhibit Hall Open + Sponsor Mini Talks

Opening Ceremonies & Awards

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Opening Ceremonies & Awards

OPENING KEYNOTE: Functional sleep connectivity: from slow oscillations to the Canadian Sleep and Circadian Network

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Over the last decades, a particular attention has been paid on the functional brain networks associated with brain states and their dynamics across.. →

JAZZ PHARMACEUTICALS: Sponsored Satellite Presentation

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Sponsored Satellite Presentation

Virtual Exhibits Open

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Virtual Exhibits Open

KEYNOTE 1: Neural circuits underlying sleep structure and functions

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Brain activity during sleep is characterized by circuit-specific oscillations, including slow waves, spindles, sharp-wave ripples or theta, that are.. →

KEYNOTE 2: Understanding and treating sleep problems in children with and without neurodevelopmental disorders Dr. Penny Corkum, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada

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Over the past 25 years Dr. Corkum has conducted empirical studies to better our understanding of the nature of sleep problems, particularly insomnia,.. →

Lunch Break and Virtual Exhibits Open

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Lunch Break and Virtual Exhibits Open

SYMPOSIUM 1: Sleep, emotions and mood disorders during the COVID 19 Pandemic across Countries and Populations

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SYMPOSIUM 1: Sleep, emotions and mood disorders during the COVID 19 Pandemic across Countries and Populations

SYMPOSIUM 2: Sleep and Cognitive Impairment: An Evidence-Based Clinical Update

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SYMPOSIUM 2: Sleep and Cognitive Impairment: An Evidence-Based Clinical Update

SYMPOSIUM 3: Multimodal neuroimaging during sleep: How can simultaneous recording advance our understanding of the sleeping human brain?

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SYMPOSIUM 3: Multimodal neuroimaging during sleep: How can simultaneous recording advance our understanding of the sleeping human brain?

PRESENTATION: What every sleep provider needs to know about management of perioperative sleep disordered breathing

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PRESENTATION: What every sleep provider needs to know about management of perioperative sleep disordered breathing? A Society of Anesthesia.. →

TECHNOLOGIST PROGRAM: Optimizing Mask Selection: The Right Therapy for the Right Patient

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Optimizing mask selection Right therapy for the right patient

Virtual Exhibits Open

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Virtual Exhibits Open

SYMPOSIUM 5: Precision Medicine in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Are We Getting Close?

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SYMPOSIUM 5: Precision Medicine in Obstructive Sleep Apnea: Are We Getting Close?

SYMPOSIUM 4: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Sleep: A Contextual Perspective

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SYMPOSIUM 4: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Sleep: A Contextual Perspective

SYMPOSIUM 6: Sensory stimulation for manipulating sleep brain oscillations

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SYMPOSIUM 6: Sensory stimulation for manipulating sleep brain oscillations

Oral Session 1: Neural Control of Sleep and Wakefulness

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Oral Session 1: Neural Control of Sleep and Wakefulness

TECHNOLOGIST PROGRAM: The Effects of Recreational Drugs on Sleep

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The Effects of Recreational Drugs on Sleep

Virtual Exhibits Open

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Virtual Exhibits Open

SYMPOSIUM 7: New Insights into Sleep Disordered Breathing in Selected Populations

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SYMPOSIUM 7: New Insights into Sleep Disordered Breathing in Selected Populations

SYMPOSIUM 8: Bringing the Sleep Laboratory to a Patient's Home

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SYMPOSIUM 8: Bringing the Sleep Laboratory to a Patient's Home

Oral Session 2: Insomnia: Updates on Treatments

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Oral Session 2: Insomnia: Updates on Treatments

Oral Session 3: Sleep Across the Lifespan

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Oral Session 3: Sleep Across the Lifespan

TECHNOLOGIST PROGRAM: Auto Scoring in Polysomnography

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Auto Scoring in Polysomnography

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Virtual Exhibits Open

KEYNOTE 3: Roles of astrocytes in modulating sleep/wake neurons: A novel mechanism for sleep homeostasis?

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Sleep is a vital biological process that is regulated by the brain and the body. A half century of research has delineated various neuronal systems.. →

KEYNOTE 4: Sleep Health Disparities: Implications for Improving Population Health

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Dr. Johnson will utilize a socio-ecological model to discuss racial and socioeconomic disparities in sleep health and sleep disorders. She will.. →

Poster Presentations

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Poster Presentations & Virtual Exhibits

KEYNOTE 5: Maternal Sleep-Disordered Breathing during Pregnancy: Cardiometabolic Implications for Mother and Baby

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This talk will provide an overview of associations between cardiometabolic disease (eg. Gestational diabetes, hypertension, preeclampsia) and.. →

ROUNDTABLE: Surveillance of Sleep Health in Canada

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Given the recent emergence of sleep as a topic area of relevance for general public health promotion, this symposium lead by the Public Health Agency.. →

EISAI: Sponsored Satellite Presentation

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Sponsored Satellite Presentation

KEYNOTE 6: Sleep for Memory

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Whereas memories are optimally encoded and retrieved when the brain is awake, the consolidation and formation of long-term memory requires an offline.. →

KEYNOTE 7: Re-Thinking Oral Appliance Therapy

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This lecture will cover the role of patient-centered approaches and P4 strategies with deeper focus on evaluating treatment efficacy and.. →

Virtual Exhibits Open

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Virtual Exhibits Open

SYMPOSIUM 9: In the Wild: Leveraging Technologies to Accelerate the Translation and Reach of Sleep and Circadian Science Into Real-Life Settings

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SYMPOSIUM 9: In the Wild: Leveraging Technologies to Accelerate the Translation and Reach of Sleep and Circadian Science Into Real-Life Settings

SYMPOSIUM 10: Sleep and dementia risk: identifying involved sleep characteristics and mechanisms

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SYMPOSIUM 10: Sleep and dementia risk: identifying involved sleep characteristics and mechanisms

Oral Session 4: Daytime Sleepiness and Hypersomnolence Disorders

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Oral Session 4: Daytime Sleepiness and Hypersomnolence Disorders

TECHNOLOGIST PROGRAM: Mask Selector, Navigating to the Right Mask the First Time

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Mask Selector, Navigating to the right mask the 1 st time Help put patients on a personalized course from the start

Lunch Break and Virtual Exhibits Open

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Lunch Break and Virtual Exhibits Open

SYMPOSIUM 11: Sleep health disparities during COVID19 pandemic: A health equity issue

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SYMPOSIUM 11: Sleep health disparities during COVID19 pandemic: A health equity issue

SYMPOSIUM 12: Interrogation of new sleep/wake regulating circuits

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SYMPOSIUM 12: Interrogation of new sleep/wake regulating circuits

Oral Session 5: Sleep and Neurodegenerative Diseases

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Oral Session 5

Oral Session 6: Sleep, Stress, Emotional Regulation and Insomnia

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Oral Session 6

TECHNOLOGIST PROGRAM: What Are Medical Ethics?

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Medical Ethics

TECHNOLOGIST PROGRAM: Sleep and Athletes

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Mental health symptoms and disorders are common among elite athletes. Mental health difficulties are inherent to physical health, as supported by the.. →

Virtual Exhibits Open

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Virtual Exhibits Open

Poster Presentations

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Poster Presentations

KEYNOTE 8: The mechanistic role of sleep in fear processes underlying anxiety disorders and PTSD.

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Abnormal fear processes are a hallmark feature of PTSD and almost all anxiety disorders. These disorders are also marked by characteristic sleep.. →

KEYNOTE 9: Light, Circadian Rhythms and Human Health

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Natural outdoor light and artificial indoor light can impact our mental and physical health. In this talk we will examine how light reaches the brain.. →

Virtual Exhibits Open

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Virtual Exhibits Open

CLOSING KEYNOTE: Pathophysiological Interactions Between Sleep Apnea And Fluid-retaining States: A Two-way Street

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Obstructive and central sleep apnea (OSA and CSA, respectively) are much more common in subjects with fluid retaining states, such as heart and renal.. →

Conference Wrap-up, Student Awards and Prizes

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Conference Wrap-up, Student Awards and Prizes