Sleep and Circadian Disorders Research Training Program

The Research Training Program in Sleep, Circadian and Respiratory Neurobiology is a multi-institutional, multi-disciplinary program that is supported by an NIH T-32 training grant that includes 35 Program Faculty and supports 8 Post-doctoral, 4 Pre-doctoral and 3 Minority Medical Student trainees each year. Although not all trainees are supported by the T-32 training grant, all are invited to take part in the program curriculum.

Trainees completing this program may earn a Certificate in Sleep Medicine from the Harvard Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine, which is a certificate of completion of program requirements. Students and Fellows with alternate funding may also apply to participate in this program and earn the certificate of completion. For more information, please review the Program Description, or link directly to any of the program specifics and resources below. Inquiries can also be sent to

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