|1405||Några ord från rektorerna vid Stockholms universitet och Karolinska Institutet|
|1410||10 år i framkant - de viktigaste forskningsresultaten från Stockholm Stress Center|
|1500||David Clark (UK) - Hälsoekonomi (in English)|
|1525||Socialminister Annika Strandhäll|
|1535||Om framtiden - avrundning av programmet av professor Mats Lekander|
|1540||Mingel med dryck och tilltugg.|
|0820-0830||Opening - Per Naroskin & prof Mats Lekander|
|0830-0910||Prof Carmine Pariante – The effects of stress on the brain and the body|
|0910-0950||Prof Mats Lekander – Psychological treatment of stress-related disorders|
|1020-1100||Prof Mika Kivimäki – Stress in the aetiology and prognosis of chronic diseases|
|1100-1140||Prof Arla Day – The effects of workplace interventions on employees’ health and functioning|
|1150-1230||Prof Torbjörn Åkerstedt - Stress and recovery – is sleep important?|
|1230-1240||Closing - Per Naroskin|
At November 10th, the Imaging the Sleepy Brain symposium was held in Stockholm, Sweden. The symposium was a joint collaboration between Karolinska Institutet, The Stress Research institute and Stockholm Stress Center.
During the day, lectures by the following speakers was held:
- Peter Fransson, KI – Functional connectivity in the human brain
- Enzo Tagliazucchi, University of Kiel – Spontaneous brain activity fluctuations: insights from states of diminished conscious awareness
- Philipp. G. Sämann, University of Munich – Cerebral functional network correlates of NREM sleep studied by fMRI
- Gustav Nilsonne, KI and Stockholm university – Sleep deprivation and the brain: focus on emotion
- Sean Drummond, UCSD – The effects of sleep deprivation on brain function and cognition
- Peter Franzen, University of Pittsburgh – The Sleepy Teenage Brain: Implications for altered positive and negative affective function
- Eus van Someren, Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience – Large-scale internet assessment and brain imaging reveal different subtypes of insomnia.
Abstracts for the lectures are available here.
All in all, the symposium was visited by app. 70 visitors and was a big success.