Congratulations to the winners!

Jerome Siegel from the University of California, Los Angeles (US)
Project: Environmental determinants of human sleep, a study on San, Hadza and Tsimane hunter-gatherers.

Rebecca Robillard from the University of Ottawa (Canada)
Project: Multi-systemic monitoring of patients with insomnia and potentiation of slow oscillations during sleep in these patients.

Richa Saxena, Joyita Dutta and Dimitrios Pantazis from the Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (US)
Project: Development of sleep-based biomarkers for early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease.

Runner ups: 

Katherine Sharkey and her collaborators from Alpert Medical School of Brown University and the Brown University School for Public Health (US)
Project: Longitudinal sleep study of women during pregnancy and the postpartum period.

Elizabeth Coulthard and her collaborators from Bristol University (UK)
Project: Understanding of sleep, circadian rhythms and dopamine in neurodegenerative disease.

Zanna Voysey, Alpar Lazar and Roger Barker from the University of Cambridge (UK)
Project: Pilot work on longitudinal recordings and sleep improvement in patients with Huntington’s disease.

This announcement is made possible by the Sleep Research Society Foundation.