SLEEP 2017 was held in Boston, Massachusetts and attended by over 4,500 residents, fellows, physicians, technicians, and sleep professionals. The meeting was highlighted by a keynote presentation from H. Craig Heller, PhD on Interactions between sleep and circadian rhythms in health and disease.
Attendees enjoyed interactions with multiple leaders in the field of sleep research and sleep medicine at the exhibit hall, poster hall, and general session presentations. Attendees were able to make the most of the experience by participating in the SLEEP Trail, an interactive experience based on Boston’s famous Freedom Trail that allowed on of the attendees to win a 60” curved television, among other great prizes!
SLEEP meetings offer a great deal courses to help make the most of the trip and meeting. From lunch and learn sessions, to meet the professor interactive discussions, attendees had an excellent time learning while replenishing themselves.
SLEEP 2017 offered 14 different post graduate courses, full and half-day lectures, that dove deep into the field of sleep. These courses were highlighted by presentations on things such as 2017 Year in Review, Managing and Treating Sleep and Sleepiness in Workplace Settings, and Adolescent Sleep Medicine: State of the Art 2017 – among many others.
Attendees and exhibitors raved about the convenient location, venue, and thorough presentations. We hope you enjoyed SLEEP 2017, and help make SLEEP 2018 in Baltimore even better.