028: Sleep research roundup September 2019 – Dr Jonathan Cedernaes

We discuss 4 recent publications from the world of sleep science with Dr Jonathan Cedernaes. Discussing weekend sleep recovery, shift work & cancer, daylight saving time, and the inter-individuality in light response of the human circadian system

Publication discussed in this episode:

1) Ad libitum Weekend Recovery Sleep Fails to Prevent Metabolic Dysregulation during a Repeating Pattern of Insufficient Sleep and Weekend Recovery Sleep. 


2) Why Should We Abolish Daylight Saving Time? 


3) Shift work and cancer

Carcinogenicity of shift work


Night shift work and risk of breast cancer in women: the Generations Study cohort


4) High sensitivity and interindividual variability in the response of the human circadian system to evening light 



This episode’s guest:

Jonathan Cedarnaes Sleep Research roundup

Jonathan Cedernaes MD, PhD is a senior researcher at Uppsala University where he completed both his medical degree and his PhD in the Department of Neuroscience.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-cedernaes-176b3159

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JCedernaes

Sleep Science Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/495466987134152/

More Resources:

Society for Research on Biological Rhythms: https://srbr.org/

Sleep 4 Performance podcast with Sean Cain: https://bit.ly/2nGEhme

Episode Homepage: https://sleepjunkies.com/research-roundup-sep-2019/

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