Precision Sleep Medicine Symposium

8 November 2017

The Symposium represents a rare opportunity to hear from some of the leading Australian, European and North American researchers on the latest initiatives on precision medicine in the field of Sleep. 

The program will cover the opportunities and challenges in the field as well as modern approaches to phenotyping patients to improve patient care. 

The Symposium will conclude with the Nicholas Catchlove / Sydney Ideas public lecture by Professor Allan Pack, the John L. Miclot Professor of Medicine and Director of Sleep Division, University of Pennsylvania.

The Precision Sleep Medicine Symposium is hosted by the Charles Perkins Centre Sleep Research Theme. Led by Professor Peter Cistulli and Professor Philip de Chazal, the interdisciplinary research program promotes the establishment of new research and project groups in the areas of precision medicine approaches, cardiometabolic health, and technological solutions for chronic disease management. 

Event details

  • When: 8.45am - 5.30pm
  • Where:
    Charles Perkins Centre 
    Lecture Theatre
    The University of Sydney
    NSW 2006
  • Cost: $25 Students (Undergraduate and Postgraduate); $50 Early Career Researchers (Research Assistant, Level A to Level B3); $95 General Admission
  • Registration:Register now
  • Contact:

    Charles Perkins Centre Education

    T +61 2 9351 5526 

    E info.perkins@sydney.edu.au



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Precision Sleep Medicine Symposium

Where
Charles Perkins Centre 
Lecture Theatre
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006
When

8 November 2017


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