Plenary Session

Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020, 7 p.m. – 9:20 p.m. Central Daylight Time

Keynote Speaker: David M. Holtzman, MD
Sleep and Alzheimer’s Disease: Bi-Directional Relationship With Amyloid-ß and Tau


Note: All times in the online schedule are in U.S. Central Daylight Time.

Session Descriptions:

B – Bench to Bedside Integrated Sessions focus on the latest advances in translational science and clinical applications on a specific topic.

C – Postgraduate Courses are intensive reviews of topics presented in a half-day or full-day session format prior to the scientific program.

COV – Sessions based around the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the fields of sleep medicine and circadian and sleep research.

D – Discussion Groups are forums for informal presentations of a specific topic, which may include conversations on controversial topics or pro/con discussions and presentations.

F – Rapid-Fire Symposia are fast-paced sessions led by junior-level investigators/clinicians focusing on the latest data and ideas in the field.

I – Invited Lectures feature senior-level investigators/clinicians presenting on their areas of expertise.

O – Oral Presentations feature investigators presenting their latest research and new ideas in the field.

S – Symposia focus on the latest data and ideas in the field.

T – Technologist Track is dedicated to sleep technologists and is designed to accommodate all levels of sleep technologists and is valuable to all members of the sleep team.

W – Clinical Workshops are reviews of patient-related and business-related aspects of sleep centers. Workshops address difficult clinical situations, business challenges, and trends that clinicians experience in their daily practices.