Asleep@UQ network

Sleep is implicated as a very broad range of lifelong outcomes in development, learning, mental and physical health, and social functioning. Sleep health and circadian function may represent a fundamental link between many of these outcomes. There are pockets of very high quality and influential work being done in these fields at UQ, but there is a potential to take a stronger lead in this rapidly developing space.

The Asleep @ UQ Network brings together research leaders involved in the rapidly developing fields of sleep, circadian rhythms, and chronobiology showcasing the breadth of activity across UQ Faculties and Institutes.

Each year Asleep @ UQ holds a workshop which builds links between research groups, with a focus on our capacity for larger multidisciplinary grants, and existing and future infrastructure needs.