RESTORING ADEQUATE SLEEP DURATION
RADS is a research study investigating how sleep loss affects decision-making and your body’s ability to digest and process the foods you eat. Participants must be healthy adults, aged 18-35, who normally sleep less than 6.5 hours per night during the school/workweek.
EFFECTS OF BEHAVIORAL SLEEP EXTENSION ON ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE RELEVANT BLOOD BIOMARKERS AND COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE
The goal of this study is to examine the impact of sleep extension on Alzheimer’s Disease related biomarkers and cognitive performance measures.