Participating training institutions include Harvard University, Stanford University, University of Oxford, University of Pennsylvania and University of Sydney. Each site has a faculty representative who oversees the program, as well as specific primary research interests, ranging from neural mechanisms, phenotyping/genomics of sleep disorders, epidemiology and data science, sleep comorbidities, and digital therapeutics and artificial intelligence.
The trainees were matched to sleep research mentors at the following host academic institutions:
- Dr. Kim will be mentored at Harvard University: Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School.
- Dr. Wand will be mentored at Stanford University: Division of Sleep Medicine. Dr. Omlin will be mentored at University of Oxford: Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute.
- Dr. Xu will be mentored at University of Pennsylvania: Center for Sleep & Circadian Neurobiology.
- Dr. Emami will be mentored at University of Sydney: Woolcock Institute of Medical Research.
The trainees will be mentored by esteemed sleep specialists at the respective institutions, including Susan Redline, MD, MPH (United States), Clete A. Kushida, MD, PhD (United States), Simon Kyle, MA, PhD (United Kingdom), Allan I. Pack, MBChB, PhD (United States) and Brendon Yee, MBChB, PhD (Australia) and program leaders.