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Carol A. Everson PhD
Professor
Department of Medicine
Division of Endocrinology

OFFICE ADDRESS:
Health Research Center
8701 Watertown Plank Rd
Milwaukee, WI 53226
CITIZENSHIP:  USA
EDUCATION:
08/1975 - 05/1976 Wartburg College, Waverly, IA
08/1976 - 05/1979 BA - Psychology with Honors, University of Wisconsin, La Crosse, WI
09/1979 - 05/1982 Part-time, nighttime classes while working full time, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
01/1983 - 12/1987 PhD - Behavioral Sciences, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND FELLOWSHIP APPOINTMENTS:
01/1988 - 01/1991 Staff Fellow, Intramural Research Program, Clinical Psychobiology Branch, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
02/1991 - 06/1995 Senior Staff Fellow, Intramural Research Program, Clinical Psychobiology Branch, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
FACULTY APPOINTMENTS:
07/1995 - 03/2000 Assistant Professor, Physiology, University of Tennessee Health Science Center - College of Medicine, Memphis, TN
04/2000 - 06/2007 Associate Professor, Cell Biology, Neurobiology, & Anatomy, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
04/2000 - 06/2007 Associate Professor, Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2007 - Present Professor, Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy (secondary), Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
07/2007 - 02/2015 Professor, Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
03/2015 - 02/2016 Adjunct Professor, Medicine, Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
03/2016 - Present Professor, Medicine, Endocrinology, Metabolism and Clinical Nutrition, Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
SPECIALTY BOARDS AND CERTIFICATION:
Certificates
Issued By Issue DateExpiration
Radiation Safety Authorization
National Institutes of Heath
06/1989
None
 
AWARDS AND HONORS:
06/1983 - 12/1987 National Research Service Award, The University of Chicago
07/1987 Joseph Kelly Memorial Award for Highest Standards in Quality of Research, Faculty of the Committee on Biopsychology, Behavioral Sciences, The University of Chicago
11/1998 One of four Invitees to address the state-of-the-art cellular advances in sleep research, Joint meeting of the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation programs
06/2004 Invited speaker, Trainee Day, Joint meeting of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society
06/2009 Meet the Professor luncheon speaker, Joint meeting of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society
06/2011 Meet the Professor luncheon speaker, Joint meeting of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society
MEMBERSHIPS IN HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
1983 - Present Sleep Research Society (Full Member)
1986 - 1987 American Association for the Advancement of Science (Member)
1994 - Present European Sleep Research Society (Member)
1996 - 2000 Center for Neuroscience, University of Tennessee (Member)
1997 - Present American Physiological Society (Member)
2001 - Present American Academy of Sleep Medicine Subsection: Sleep Deprivation Section (Member)
2006 - Present Milwaukee Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience (Member)
EDITORSHIPS/EDITORIAL BOARDS/JOURNAL REVIEWS:
Journal Review
American Journal of Physiology- Endocrinology & Metabolism
Blood
Journal of Neuroendocrinology
Experimental Biology and Medicine
Neuroendocrinology
Physiology and Behavior
Sleep Medicine
Brain Research
Neuroscience Letters
Psychiatry Research
Free Radical Biology & Medicine
Journal of the American College of Nutrition
Journal of Sleep Research (European)
Sleep
American Journal of Physiology- Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology
Behavioral Neuroscience
Behavioural Brain Research
Psychoneuroendocrinology
PLoS ONE
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
LOCAL/REGIONAL APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
- 11/2011 Scientific peer review, Pilot and Collaborative Grant Program, Clinical and Translational Science Institute
- 12/2010 Scientific peer review, Pilot and Collaborative Grant Program, Clinical and Translational Science Institute
NATIONAL ELECTED/APPOINTED LEADERSHIP AND COMMITTEE POSITIONS:
06/1999 Scientific peer review, Neurotoxic Exposure Treatment Research, American Institute of Biological Sciences (AIBS)
08/1999 - 08/2003 Member (appointed), Committee on Animal Research Ethics (CARE), Sleep Research Society Executive Committee
11/2000 Member, NIDA Special Emphasis Panel, Development of Behavioral Methods for Drug Abuse Studies in the Mouse, National Institute on Drug Abuse
03/10/2002 - 06/14/2002 Member, NIH Study Section, Research Centers in Minority Institutions (RCM), National Center for Research Resources
07/2002 Member, NIH Study Section and Site Visitation Team, Alterations of Sleep and Circadian Timing in Aging, National Institute on Aging
09/2002 Scientific peer review, AIBS Study Section, American Institute of Biological Sciences
02/2003 Scientific peer review, AIBS Study Section, American Institute of Biological Sciences
2003 Abstract peer reviewer, Joint Congresses of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, The Sleep Research Society, and The World Federation of Sleep Research Societies
04/2005 - 03/2006 Peer reviewer, Scientific peer review, Israel Science Foundation
05/2005 - 06/2008 Member: (1) Recommendations to the Board on research policies and action, (2) Review proposals for foundation grants, (3) Implementation and evaluation of junior faculty development program, Research Committee, Sleep Research Society
10/2005 Temporary member, NIH Study Section, Biological Rhythms and Sleep, NIH
06/2007 - 06/2008 Vice Chair, Research Committee, Sleep Research Society
06/2007 - 06/2008 Temporary member, NIH Study Section, Neural Basis of Psychopathology, Addictions and Sleep Disorders, NIH
10/2007 Discussant representing the Sleep Research Society, Consultation Meeting on Peer Review with Advocacy Groups, National Institute of Health
12/2007 Scientific peer review of abstracts, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and The Sleep Research Society
02/2008 Fellowship grant application review, National Sleep Foundation
03/2008 Scientific review, Small grant competition and early career development awards, Sleep Research Society Foundation
04/2008 Scientific peer review, Division of Integrated Organismal Systems, National Science Foundation (NSF)
09/2008 - 06/2010 Charter member, NIH Study Section, Neural Basis of Psychopathology, Addictions and Sleep Disorders (NPAS), NIH
06/02/2009 Scientific peer review, NIH Special Emphasis Panel, Clinical Addiction and Psychopathology (BDCN), NIH
12/2009 Scientific peer review of abstracts, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and The Sleep Research Society
08/2011 - 06/2014 Representative of the Sleep Research Society, Board of Trustees, Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care (AAALAC)
01/2013 Scientific peer review of abstracts, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and The Sleep Research Society
07/2013 Scientific review, Small grant competition and early career development awards, Sleep Research Society Foundation
06/2014 - Present Board Liasion, Scientific Review Committee, Sleep Research Society
06/2014 - Present Director at Large (election by national and international membership), Executive Board, The Sleep Research Society
07/18/2014 Scientific peer review, Pilot Funding for New Research Program, Louisiana Tech University
12/2014 Scientific peer review of abstracts, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and The Sleep Research Society
12/2014 - Present Member, Metrics Task Force, Executive Board of the Sleep Research Society
RESEARCH GRANTS/AWARDS/CONTRACTS/PROJECTS:
Active
Peer Review
Title:
Concussive Injury: Role of Sleep Restriction, Sleep Aids, Sedation, and Caffeine
Source:
Department of Defense
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
06/15/2016 - 05/31/2020
Direct Funds:
$1,252,646
 
Prior
Peer Review
Title:
Effects of sleep deprivation on metabolism, endocrine systems, nutritional state, and host defense
Source:
NIH Intramural Research Program
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
01/01/1988 - 06/1995
 
Title:
Hormonal Mediation of Sleep Deprivation Pathology
Source:
University of Tennessee Medical Group Small Grants Program
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
11/15/1996 - 11/14/1997
Direct Funds:
$15,000
 
Title:
Neurobiology of Sleep Deprivation: Impaired Host Defenses
Source:
NIH, National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute (NHLBI)
Role:
Principal Investigator, 50% effort
PI:
Self
Dates:
04/01/1997 - 03/31/2003
Direct Funds:
$396,950
 
Title:
Neuroendocrine Abnormalities Induced by Sleep Deprivation
Source:
NIH, National Inst. of Neurological Disorders & Stroke (NINDS)
Role:
Principal Investigator, 50% effort
PI:
Self
Dates:
07/01/1999 - 05/31/2004
Direct Funds:
$666,708
 
Title:
Sleep Fragmentation Effects on Murine CII-Induced Arthritis
Source:
NIH, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
Role:
Co-Investigator
PI:
Arnold Postlethwaite
Dates:
09/30/2002 - 08/31/2005
Direct Funds:
$87,407 (Total at MCW for all years)
 
Title:
Restricted sleep: Modification of adiposity and adipose tissue composition
Source:
NIH, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Role:
Principal Investigator, 50% effort
PI:
Self
Dates:
09/12/2006 - 07/31/2011
Direct Funds:
$925,000 (no-cost extension)
 
Title:
Oxidative Stress Responses to Loss and Recovery of Sleep
Source:
NIH, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Role:
Principal Investigator, 50% effort
PI:
Self
Dates:
05/01/2007 - 03/31/2013
Direct Funds:
$1,250,000 (no-cost extension)
 
Title:
Development of the Sinton Method of Sleep Restriction in Rodents
Source:
Department of Neurology, The Medical College of Wisconsin
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
02/01/2013 - 06/31/2014
Direct Funds:
$20,000
 
Non-Peer Review
Title:
Central nervous system manifestations of thyroid hormone disease: Implications for sleep regulation and function
Source:
Clinical Research Center Project funded by a program award from the NIH to the University of Tennessee, Memphis
Role:
Principal Investigator of this component
PI:
Self
Dates:
05/1996 - 04/2000
 
Title:
Sleep Deficiency and Immune Function
Source:
Anonymous donor
Role:
Principal Investigator
PI:
Self
Dates:
2010 - 2014
Direct Funds:
$15,000
 
Title:
Sleep Physiology Laboratory Support
Source:
Wisconsin Corporation for Biomedical Research
Role:
Principal Investigator
Dates:
03/20/2014 - 03/19/2015
Direct Funds:
$8,334
 
INVITED LECTURES/WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Local
Program for Biological Approaches to Behavior, presentation, Department of Behavioral Sciences, University of Chicago, 06/1987
Sleep and Temperature Measurements in Freely Moving Laboratory Rodents, invited lecture, Biomedical Equipment and Instrumentation Program, Clinical Engineering Section, National Center for Research Resources, NIH, Bethesda, MD, 10/1988
History, Theories, and Approaches to the Study of Sleep, Clinical Psychobiology Branch Presentations, National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Program, Bethesda, MD, 12/1988
Invited seminar, Laboratory of Cerebral Metabolism, National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Research Program, NIH, Bethesda, MD, 01/1989
Invited presentation, Office of the Scientific Director, The National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Research Program, Bethesda, MD, 04/1993
Advances in Delineating the Physiological Changes Resulting from Sleep Deprivation, invited seminar, Department of Physiology and Biophysics Continuing Series of Seminars, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis, TN, 09/1995
Pathophysiology Induced by Sleep Deprivation in the Animal Model, Center for Neuroscience Seminar Series, University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Memphis, TN, 05/1997
Sleep Research: Implications for the Critically Ill, invited seminar, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Seminar Series, University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN, 03/1999
Investigating the Neural and Immune Consequences of Poor Sleep, Neuroscience Research Initiative Retreat, Lake Elkhart, WI, 09/2001
Localization of Sleep Deprivation Effects, Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy Seminar Series, Medical College of Wisconsin, 02/2004
Physiological Effects of Sleep Loss and the Restorative Properties of Sleep, Neuroscience Research Initiative Retreat, Milwaukee, WI, 09/2004
Worse for Wear: Physiological Properties of Sleep Loss, invited seminar, Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology & Anatomy Seminar Series, The Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 10/2012
Severe Sleep Loss: A Risky Business, Neuroscience Research Center Seminar Series, The Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, 04/2014
 
Regional
Invited lecture, Environmental Medicine, Bethesda Naval Medical Research Institute, Bethesda, MD, 11/1989
Invited Special Presentation, Chesapeake Bay Sleep Society, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 12/1992
Invited lecture, National Institute of Aging, Intramural Research Program Seminar Series, NIH, Baltimore, MD, 07/1993
Invited lecture, Departments of Pulmonary Medicine and Asthma and Allergy, Johns Hopkins Medical Center, Baltimore, MD, 02/1995
Sleep Deprivation and Disease Susceptibility, invited seminar, Integrative Neuroscience Research Center, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, 12/05/2006
Comparative Research into the Medical Implications of Inadequate Sleep, invited seminar, Colloquium in Biological Sciences, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, WI, 02/23/2007
New Insights into the Insidious Nature of Sleep Deprivation, Grand Rounds, Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 06/19/2014
Discovering the Physical Basis of Disease Risk Due to Deficient Sleep, invited research seminar, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 06/20/2014
Understanding Disease Risk Due to Sleep Deficiency, invited seminar, Integrative Neuroscience Research Center, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI, 09/16/2014
 
National
Invited seminar, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic, invited seminar, Pittsburgh, PA, 10/1987
Invited seminar, Stanford University School of Medicine, invited seminar, Stanford, CA, 12/1987
Sleep Deprivation and Sleepiness, invited session chair, Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Washington, DC, 06/1989
Neurosciences Lecture Series, invited lecture, Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, CA, 09/1993
Invited lecture, Thoracic Diseases and Critical Care Medicine, The Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 02/1995
Endocrine Grand Rounds, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, 04/1995
The Function of Sleep, invited panel discussant, Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Nashville, TN, 06/1995
The Neurobiology of Sleep Deprivation, invited symposium speaker, Winter Conference on Brain Research, Snowmass, CO, 02/1996
Physiological Consequences of Sleep Deprivation, invited lecture, The National Institutes of Health Conference on the Neuroscience and Endocrinology of Fibromyalgia, The National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, NIH, Bethesda, MD, 07/1996
Clinical Scholars Program, Fatigue in Pediatric Oncology Patients, invited lecture, Teleconference, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis and Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, 12/1997
Sleep Loss and Sleepiness, invited panel discussant, Sleep Research Society, New Orleans, LA, 06/1998
The National Science Foundation and The National Institutes of Health Workshop on the Genetic, Molecular, and Cellular Advances in Sleep Research, invited lecture (also listed under Honors), Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, 11/1998
Invited seminar, Center for Circadian Biology and Medicine, invited lecture, Northwestern University, Evanston IL, 02/1999
Invited presentation, Biobehavioral Health and Life Sciences Consortium, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, 04/1999
Invited seminar, Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Anatomy, Medical College of Wisconsin, 05/1999
Department of Human Behavioral Biology, invited lecture, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, DC, 07/2000
Sleep and Host Defense, invited symposium chair and speaker, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Chicago, IL, 06/2001
Trainee Day, invited lecture (also listed under Honors), American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Philadelphia, PA, 06/2004
Novel Insights Into the Neuroscience of Sleep, invited session chair, Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Minneapolis, MN, 06/2007
Meet the Professor Series, Physiological Effects of Sleep Deprivation, invited luncheon speaker (also listed under Honors), American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Seattle, WA, 06/2009
Meet the Professor Series, Research Findings on the Physiological Effects of Inadequate Sleep, invited luncheon speaker (also listed under Honors), American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Minneapolis, MN, 06/2011
Metabolic and Medical Aspects of Insufficient Sleep, invited co-chair and symposium speaker, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Minneapolis, MN, 06/2011
Does Sleep Loss Only Affect the Brain? New Insights on Bodily Effects and Disease States, invited speaker, Helmut S. Schmidt Memorial Keynote Symposium, Ohio Sleep Medicine Institute, Columbus, OH, 11/10/2012
The Insidious Nature of Chronic Sleep Loss: Myriad Ways It Poses Disease Risk, Grand Rounds, Division of Sleep Medicine, Harvard University and Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, 12/03/2012
Phagocyte Migration and Cellular Stress Induced in Liver, Lung, and Intestine During Sleep Loss and Sleep Recovery, invited webinar, American Thoracic Society, Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology Assembly, Webinar, 03/26/2014
Consequences of Chronic Sleep Restriction: New Insights from Animal Models and Human Studies, invited symposium speaker, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Minneapolis, MN, 06/2014
Groundbreaking Theories of Sleep Regulation and Function, invited symposium and chairmanship, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Minneapolis, MN, 06/2014
Insufficient Sleep and Health Outcomes, invited presentation, NASA and the National Space Biomedical Research Institute, Houston, TX, 09/29/2014
Severe sleep restriction is consequential – it affects health after a while and forevermore, invited symposium speaker, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Seattle, WA, 06/08/2015
Injured cells and abnormal antioxidants resulting from sleep deficiency are reversed by sleep recovery, invited symposium speaker, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Seattle, WI, 06/10/2015
 
International
Invited lecture, Institute of Pharmacology, invited lecture, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 09/1991
Cellular Consequences of Sleep. Focus: Immunocytes, Infection, and Sleep, panel discussant, World Federation of Sleep Research Societies, Hawaii, 03/1993
The Function of Sleep, invited lecture, Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, International Symposium, Ravello, Italy, 05/1994
Sleep and the Immune System Circa 1995, panel discussant, World Federation of Sleep Research Societies, Nassau, The Bahamas, 09/1995
The Function and Functional Significance of Sleep, invited symposium speaker, World Federation of Sleep Research Societies, Dresden, Germany, 10/1999
Endocrinology and Sleep Regulation, session chair, European Sleep Research Society, Reykjavik, Iceland, 06/2002
Sleep Function: Current Perspectives and Future Directions, invited symposium speaker, World Federation of Sleep Research Societies, Cairns, Australia, 09/2007
Neurobehavioural, Physiological, and Psychosocial Consequences of Chronic Sleep Restriction: New Insights from Animal Models and Human Studies, invited symposium speaker, Canadian Sleep Society, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 10/2013
Sleep Restriction: Abundant Insidious Effects and Diverse Medical Implications, invited presentation, Gordon Research Conference on Sleep Regulation and Function, Galveston, TX, 03/2016
 
PEER REVIEWED WORKSHOPS/PRESENTATIONS:
Regional
Everson CA, Bergmann BM, Rechtschaffen A, Symptom differences between total and paradoxical sleep deprivation in the rat (oral presentation), The Northeastern Sleep Society, Boston, MA, 03/1990
 
National
Everson C, Kushida C, Suthipinittharm P, Kiela J, Soltani K, Bergmann B, Rechtschaffen A, Skin changes in sleep deprived rats (oral presentation), 1st Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Columbus, OH, 06/1986
Everson C, Bergmann B, Fang VS, Leitch CA, Obermeyer W, Refetoff S, Schoeller DA, Rechtschaffen A, Physiological and biochemical effects of total sleep deprivation in the rat (oral presentation), 1st Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Columbus, OH, 06/1986
Bergmann B, Fang VS, Kushida C, Everson C, Rechtschaffen A, Hypothalamic-adrenal variables in paradoxical and total sleep deprivation of rats (oral presentation), 1st Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Columbus, OH, 06/1986
Benca RM, Everson C, Kushida C, Bergmann BM, Rechtschaffen A, Effects of sleep deprivation on immune function in rats (oral presentation), 1st Annual Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Columbus, OH, 06/1986
Everson C, Bergmann B, Rechtschaffen, Hypoalbuminemia and anemia in totally sleep deprived rats (oral presentation), 2nd Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, San Diego, CA, 06/1988
Everson CA, Reed HL, Varney TR, D'Alesandro MM, Wehr TA, Pituitary and peripheral thyroid hormone responses to intravenous TRH during sleep deprivation in rats (poster presentation), Endocrine Society 73rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 06/1991
Everson CA, Smith CB, Sokoloff L, Regional brain metabolic rates during prolonged sleep deprivation in the rat (oral presentation), 8th Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Boston, MA, 06/1994
Everson CA, Toth LA, Abnormal control of viable bacteria in body tissues during sleep deprivation in rats (oral presentation), 11th Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, San Francisco, CA, 06/1997
Everson CA, Rose SR, Marked REM sleep suppression associated with Graves’ disease in prepubescent girls (oral presentation), 15th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Chicago, IL, 06/2001
Everson CA, Nowak TS Jr, Transcriptional responses related to thyrotropin-releasing hormone regulation during suppression of the thyroid hormone axis by sleep deprivation in rats (oral presentation), 15th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Chicago, IL, 06/2001
Everson CA, Crowley WR, Reductions in circulating growth hormone and prolactin point to altered central mechanisms in sleep-deprived rats (oral presentation), 18th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Philadelphia, PA, 06/2004
Everson CA, Laatsch CD, Hogg N, Neutrophil infiltration into liver and lung tissue resulting from sleep deprivation in rats (oral presentation), 19th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Denver, CO, 06/2005
Everson CA, Activation of a proinflammatory state and failure to eradicate bacterial virulence factors in the sleep-deprived laboratory rat (oral presentation), 19th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Denver, CO, 06/2005
Everson CA, Hogg N, Increased inducible heat shock protein-32 marks oxidative stress induced by sleep deprivation (oral presentation), 20th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Salt Lake City, UT, 06/2006
Everson CA, Lymphocyte phenotype changes in response to loss and recovery of sleep (poster presentation), 21th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Minneapolis, MN, 06/2007
Everson CA, Cumulative effects of repeated sleep restriction on the metabolic phenotype of rats (oral presentation), 22nd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Baltimore, MD, 06/2008
Everson CA, Repeated sleep restriction induces morphological changes in internal organs in the rat (oral presentation), 23rd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Seattle, WA, 06/2009
Everson CA, Szabo A, Chronic restriction of sleep produces persistent metabolic abnormalities in rats (oral presentation), 24rd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, San Antonio, TX, 06/2010
Everson CA, Toth JM, Chronic sleep restriction results in altered bone metabolism (oral presentation), 25th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, San Antonio, TX, 06/2011
Everson CA, Henchen C, Hogg N, Cell damage and cell renewal in vital organs resulting from sleep loss and sleep recovery in rats (poster presentation), 26th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Boston, MA, 06/2012
Everson CA, Whitaker N, Toth JM, Chronic sleep restriction results in a lifetime burden of poor bone and marrow health in rats (oral presentation), 27th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Baltimore, MD, 06/2013
Everson CA, Henchen CJ, Szabo A, Hogg N, Sleep deprivation results in oxidative DNA damage: A disease risk factor (oral presentation), 28th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Minneapolis, MN, 06/2014
Everson CA, Whittaker N, Rigid red blood cell membranes and low iron result from chronic sleep deficiency in rats, 29th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies, Seattle, WA, 06/09/2015
 
International
Kushida C, Bergmann B, Everson C, Winter J, Rechtschaffen A, Paradoxical sleep deprivation in the rat: I. Physiological Effects (oral presentation), Sleep Research Society, Toronto, Canada, 05/1984
Everson C, Kushida C, Bergmann B, Gilliland MA, Pilcher JJ, Fang VS, Rechtschaffen A, Recovery from chronic sleep deprivation in the rat (oral presentation), 5th International Congress of Sleep Research, Copenhagen, Denmark, 07/1987
Everson CA, Varney TR, Jerrels SA, Wehr TA, Survival value of calories and fat during prolonged sleep deprivation in rats (oral presentation), 5th Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Toronto, Canada, 06/1991
Everson CA, Wehr TA, Plasma alkaline phosphatase levels increase dramatically in sleep deprived rats (oral presentation), 5th Annual Meeting of the Association of Professional Sleep Societies, Toronto, Canada, 06/1991
Everson CA, Smith CB, Sokoloff L, Jerrels SA, Wehr TA, Local cerebral glucose utilization in freely moving rats during prolonged sleep loss (posters only), Founding Congress of the World Federation of Sleep Research Societies, Cannes, France, 09/1991
Everson CA, Sleep deprivation in rats results in systemic infection without a febrile response (posters only), International Conference on the Cellular Consequences of Sleep, Maui, HI, 03/1993
Everson CA, Reed HL, Thyroid hormone responses to prolonged sleep deprivation in rats (posters only), 2nd International Congress of the World Federation of Sleep Research Societies, Nassau, The Bahamas, 09/1995
Everson CA, Toth LA, Detection of live bacteria in the lymph nodes of sleep deprived rats (poster presentation), 14th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, Madrid, Spain, 09/1998
Everson CA, Leptin suppression by sleep disruption and sleep deprivation in rats (oral presentation), 16th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, Reykjavik, Iceland, 06/2002
Everson CA, Increased serum antibodies induced by sleep deprivation in rats (oral presentation), 17th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies jointly with the World Federation of Sleep Research Societies, Chicago IL, 06/2003
 
COMMITTEE SERVICE:
Medical College
11/2000 - 2004 Member, Neuroscience Research Center Initiative, Medical College of Wisconsin
05/2001 - 2006 Member, Research Committee, Department of Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin
07/2003 - 06/2006 Member, Research Affairs Committee: (1) Crafted policy on authorships, (2) review and advisory board on scientific conduct, (3) reviewed grant applications for seed and subsidy funding, Medical College of Wisconsin
08/2005 - 06/2006 Representative of the Research Committee of the Faculty Council, Faculty Council, Medical College of Wisconsin
08/2005 - 06/2006 Chair, Research Affairs Committee: Devised the inaugural RFA and scientific peer review process for research proposals for AHW and Sophia Quadracci Memorial Fund for Stem Cell Research, Medical College of Wisconsin
03/2010 - 05/2010 Member, Dean’s appointment, Department of Neurology Self-Study Group, Medical College of Wisconsin
10/2011 - 12/2012 Member, Neurology Research Strategy Committee, chairman's appointee, Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin
09/2013 - 02/2015 Member, Faculty Council, Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin
 
Hospital
01/09/2004 - 10/06/2010 Member, Radiation Safety Committee, Zablocki VA Medical Center
 
MEDICAL COLLEGE TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Medical Student Education
05/2008 Medical Neuroscience Faculty, lecture and syllabus: sleep regulation, function, and medical implications
05/2009 Medical Neuroscience Faculty, lecture and syllabus: sleep regulation, function, and medical implications
11/2013 M2 Renal/Respiratory Unit, Lecture: The Physiology of Sleep
 
Resident and Fellow Education
11/2000 - 2003 Clinical Neurophysiology Seminars, Department of Neurology Lectures entitled, Sleep Physiology and Physiologic Assessment of Sleep —12-15 residents, fellows, and graduate students each of 3 years
08/2001 - 12/2003 Basic Neuroscience Seminars, Department of Neurology: (1) Cell Biology of Neurons and Glia, (2) Electrochemical Basis of Neuronal Integration, and (3) Chemical Basis for Neuronal Communication —12-15 residents and fellows per each of 2 years
01/2006 Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and the Departments of Neurology, Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences, and Pediatrics —Seminar: Sleep Deprivation and Disease Susceptibility
03/06/2009 Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and the Departments of Neurology, Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences, and Pediatrics. -Seminar, Physiological Effects of Inadequate Sleep
05/2011 Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and the Departments of Neurology, Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences, and Pediatrics. - Seminar, Physiological Effects of Inadequate Sleep
04/2012 Pulmonary Medicine Conference, Seminar and discussion: Chronic Lack of Sleep Results in Systemic Abnormalities
05/2014 Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and the Departments of Neurology, Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences, and Pediatrics. Seminar, The Insidious Nature of Sleep Deficiency
07/2015 Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and the Departments of Neurology, Otolaryngology and Communication Sciences, and Pediatrics —Seminar: Effect of Sleep Deficiency on Organs and Systems
 
Continuing Medical Education
2000 Grand Rounds, Department of Neurology, Pathophysiology Induced by Sleep Deprivation
2002 Grand Rounds, Department of Neurology, Diagnosis: Sleep Deprivation
2004 Grand Rounds, Department of Neurology, Localization of Sleep Deprivation Effects
2012 Grand Rounds, Department of Neurology, New Insights into the Insidious Nature of Sleep Loss
 
Graduate Student Education
01/2008 Neuroscience graduate student/faculty lunch series lecture, Research Insights into the Medical Implications of Inadequate Sleep, 25-30 graduate students and faculty
04/2011 Fundamentals in Neuroscience Course, lecture on sleep physiology, 7 graduate students
04/2012 Fundamentals in Neuroscience Course, lecture on sleep physiology, 7 graduate students
04/2012 Advanced Systems Neuroscience, material/lecture/discussion, 6 graduate students
05/01/2013 Fundamentals in Neuroscience Course (interdisciplinary program with Marquette University), lecture on sleep physiology, 10 graduate students
11/2013 Advanced Systems Neuroscience, 5 hrs of course material/lecture/discussion, 3 graduate students
04/28/2014 Fundamentals in Neuroscience Course (interdisciplinary program with Marquette University), lecture on sleep physiology, 7 graduate students
 
Postdoctoral Fellow Education
01/22/2007 Spotlight on Science Seminar Series Lecture entitled, Sleep: Health Implications and Healthful Practices, joint presentation with Marshall Dunning, Ph.D., 60 to 70 graduate and postdoctoral students
 
EXTRAMURAL TEACHING:
Medical Student Education
1996 - 1997 University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Medical Physiology, Instructor Hormone Unknown Small Groups, 42-64 M-1 students per year, formulaton of primary and secondary diagnoses based on laboratory data, performing differential diagnoses in oral and written reports
01/1998 - 03/2000 School of Pharmacy, The University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Pharmacy Physiology, Instructor, Nervous System Organization & Sensory System Information Processing, approx. 100 students per year, 8 formal lectures and 2 small-groups workshops per year
 
Resident and Fellow Education
02/1988 The National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Research Program, Clinical Psychobiology Branch Seminar Series, Topic: Clinical and metabolic effects of sleep deprivation, 2 lectures
08/2000 Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Department of Pediatric Intensive Care Luncheon Series, Topic: Recent advances in discovering the pathophysiological changes induced by sleep deprivation
 
Continuing Medical Education
06/01/2013 American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Year In Review: Sleep and Physiological Function, 300 registrants
 
Graduate Student Education
12/1996 University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Graduate Physiology, Neuroendocrinology Small Groups, Thyroid Hormones, Instructor, 8 students
 
Postdoctoral Fellow Education
06/2001 American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, Trainee Symposium Series, Workshop: Immunology and Sleep
 
MCW STUDENTS, FACULTY, RESIDENTS AND CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWS MENTORED:
Medical Students
Doug Connor, Medical College of Wisconsin, 05/2004 - 08/2004 Medical Summer Research Training Project: Histological Evaluation of Sleep Deprived Rat Forelimb and Hind Limb Muscle Tissue
 
Graduate Students
PhD Students Advised
Biomedical Sciences Faculty, Participating faculty at large, Interdisciplinary students, Medical College of Wisconsin, 04/2000 - Present
Clarissa Muere, Medical College of Wisconsin, 03/2010 - 05/2010 Neuroscience Doctoral Program, Laboratory Rotation
PhD Committees
Christina Insinna, Medical College of Wisconsin, 11/2004 Qualifying Exam Committee, Project title: Effect of Huntingtin on striatal and cortical neuron selective degeneration in Huntington's disease.
Diane Tait, Medical College of Wisconsin, 11/2005 Qualifying Exam Committee, Project title: Physiological characteristics of the intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cell circuit and its consequences for mechanisms that synchronize circadian rhythms in humans
Ashley Reynolds, Medical College of Wisconsin, - 11/2015 Qualifying Exam Committee, Elucidation of the mediation of TRPV1 neuronal sensitivity to pruritic, heat, or mechanical stimuli in the chronic inflammatory skin disease of psoriasis
 
Clinical/Research Fellows
Peter O’Connor, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 04/2009 - 06/2009 Sleep Fellowship Program, laboratory research, microscopy of skin affected by sleep deprivation in laboratory rats, as a precursor to potential studies on wound healing
 
Faculty
Danny Thomas, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 06/2012 - 2013 Mentor on grant project and application: The Effect of Sleep on Outcomes in an Animal Model of mTBI
 
EXTRAMURAL STUDENTS, FACULTY, RESIDENTS, AND CLINICAL/RESEARCH FELLOWS MENTORED:
Undergraduate Students
Tamara Gull, University of Chicago, 1984 Research mentor/supervisor, Medical/undergraduate students 9-12 month work-study program
Lee Resta, University of Chicago, 1985 Research mentor/supervisor, Medical/undergraduate students 9-12 month work-study program
Jacob Lim, University of Chicago, 1986 Research mentor/supervisor, Medical/undergraduate students 9-12 month work-study program
Gretchen Stukey, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, 05/1990 - 07/1990 Summer internship sponsor and mentor
Melanie Mandel, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 06/1991 - 08/1991 Field experience mentor — Apprenticeship in basic research experimental design and procedures, guidance in completing research project for academic evaluation.
Bennet Hiner, DePaul University, 06/2008 - 08/2008 Internship program sponsor and mentor
 
Medical Students
Benjamin Bartnicke, University of Chicago, 1985
 
Graduate Students
Students Advised
Lab of Gerald Vogel, PhD, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1987 Consultation and training of a research group in surgery and long-term EEG recording of sleep state during a 3-day trip
Katrina Olsen, Alverno College, 01/2002 - 05/2002 Internship
 
Postdoctoral Students
Various MDs and PhDs, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, 1995
Graduate, post-doctoral students, fellows, 20-25 students, American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society, 06/2004 Mentoring during a workshop: Effects of Sleep/Sleep Loss on Endocrine Function and Metabolism (also listed under honors), selected by the national organizations to discuss research findings and experiences, and to encourage development of young scientists in academic sleep medicine
Trainees from around the U.S., Sleep Training Workshop (Sleep Camp), UCLA Lake Arrowhead Conference Center, 09/12/2005 - 09/16/2005 Invited Faculty
Emily Barker, School of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University, 06/03/2017 - 06/07/2017 SRS (Sleep Research Society) Meeting Mentor Program, Mentoring plan
 
COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES:
10/03/2000 Sleep Disorders Hotline, Sponsored by WISN 12 TV and Froedtert Hospital—An informative and interactive news series and hotline. Participated as a medical expert answering telephone inquires during 3 hours of viewer dial-in
03/22/2014 Badger State Science and Engineering Fair, sponsored by the Wisconsin Science Education Foundation- category judge, Medicine/Health
03/21/2015 Badger State Science and Engineering Fair, sponsored by the Wisconsin Science Education Foundation- specialty judge, U.S. Public Health Service Award and In Vitro Biology Award
 
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
1978 Student Intern (summer full time)—NIMH-funded research and outpatient treatment program for young adult schizophrenic patients, University of Wisconsin–Madison
07/1979 - 12/1980 Agent, Sager Wilson Travel Agency
01/1981 - 12/1982 Branch Manager, Sager Wilson Travel Agency—Drafted the successful bid proposal to place a commercial travel agency on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, managed sales and staff of six agents at this new site.
1985 Stable Isotope Laboratory, Department of Medicine, The University of Chicago, work-study program during graduate school, isotope mass spectrometry and bomb calorimetry measurements
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Refereed Journal Publications/Original Papers
1. EVERSON CA. Total Sleep Deprivation in the Rat: Physiological and Biochemical Effects (PhD thesis). Chicago, IL: Univ. of Chicago, 1987, 228 p.
2. Rechtschaffen A, Bergmann BM, EVERSON CA, Kushida CA, Gilliland MA. Sleep deprivation in the rat: I. Conceptual issues. Sleep 12:1-4, 1989.
3. Bergmann BM, Kushida CA, EVERSON CA, Gilliland MA, Obermeyer W, Rechtschaffen A. Sleep deprivation in the rat: II. Methodology. Sleep 12:5-12, 1989.
4. EVERSON CA, Bergmann BM, Rechtschaffen A. Sleep deprivation in the rat: III. Total sleep deprivation. Sleep 12:13-21, 1989.
5. Bergmann BM, EVERSON CA, Kushida CA, Fang VS, Leitch CA, Schoeller DA, Refetoff S, Rechtschaffen A. Sleep deprivation in the rat: V. Energy use and mediation. Sleep 12:31-41, 1989.
6. Kushida CA, EVERSON CA, Suthipinittharm P, Sloan J, Soltani K, Bartnicke B, Bergmann BM, Rechtschaffen A. Sleep deprivation in the rat: VI. Skin changes. Sleep 12:42-46, 1989.
7. Benca RM, Kushida CA, EVERSON CA, Kalski R, Bergmann BM, Rechtschaffen A. Sleep deprivation in the rat: VII. Immune function. Sleep 12:47-52, 1989.
8. EVERSON CA, Gilliland MA, Kushida CA, Pilcher JJ, Fang VS, Refetoff S, Bergmann BM, Rechtschaffen A. Sleep deprivation in the rat: IX. Recovery. Sleep 12:60-67, 1989.
9. Rechtschaffen A, Bergmann BM, EVERSON CA, Kushida CA, Gilliland MA. Sleep deprivation in the rat: X. Integration and discussion of the findings. Sleep 12:68-87, 1989.
10. Mudd CP, EVERSON CA. A 16-channel microcomputer-controlled thermistor temperature measurement system for use in physiological studies (35 to 40 degrees C). In: Temperature, Its Measurement and Control in Science and Industry, edited by Schooley JF. Meville, New York: American Institute of Physics, 6:1003-1007, 1992.
11. EVERSON CA, Wehr TA. Nutritional and metabolic adaptations to prolonged sleep deprivation in the rat. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 264:R376-R387, 1993.
12. EVERSON CA. Sustained sleep deprivation impairs host defense. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 265:R1148-R1154, 1993.
13. EVERSON CA, Smith CB, Sokoloff L. Effects of prolonged sleep deprivation on local rates of cerebral energy metabolism in freely moving rats. J Neurosci 14:6769-6778, 1994.
14. EVERSON CA, Reed HL. Pituitary and peripheral thyroid hormone responses to thyrotropin-releasing hormone during sustained sleep deprivation in freely moving rats. Endocrinology, 136:1426-1434, 1995.
15. EVERSON CA, Toth LA. Systemic bacterial invasion induced by sleep deprivation. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 278:R905-R916, 2000.
16. EVERSON CA, Nowak TS, Jr. Hypothalamic thyrotropin-releasing hormone responses to hypothyroxinemia induced by sleep deprivation. Am J Physiol Endocrinol. Metab 283: E85-E93, 2002.
17. EVERSON CA, Crowley, WR. Reductions in circulating anabolic hormones induced by sustained sleep deprivation in rats. Am J Physiol Endocrino. Metab 286: E1060-E1070, 2004.
18. EVERSON CA, Laatsch CD, Hogg, N. Antioxidant defense responses to sleep loss and sleep recovery. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 288: R374-R383, 2005.
19. EVERSON CA. Clinical assessment of blood leukocytes, serum cytokines, and serum immunoglobulins as responses to sleep deprivation in laboratory rats. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 289: R1054-R1063, 2005.
20. Everson CA, Thalacker CD, Hogg N. Phagocyte migration and cellular stress induced in liver, lung, and intestine during sleep loss and sleep recovery. Am. J. Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 295:2067-2074, 2008.
21. Everson CA, Szabo A. Recurrent restriction of sleep and inadequate recuperation induce both adaptive changes and pathological outcomes. Am. J. Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 297:1430-1440, 2009.
22. Everson CA, Szabo A. Repeated exposure to severely limited sleep results in distinctive and persistent physiological imbalances in rats. PLoS ONE 6(8): e22987, 2011.
23. Everson CA, Folley AE, Toth JM. Chronically inadequate sleep results in abnormal bone formation and abnormal bone marrow in rats. Exp Biol Med 237:1101-1109, 2012.
24. Everson CA, Henchen CJ, Szabo A, Hogg N. Cell injury and repair resulting from sleep loss and sleep recovery in laboratory rats. Sleep 37 (12):1929-40, 2014.
 
Books, Chapters, and Reviews
1. Bergmann B, EVERSON C, Gilliland M, Kushida C, Obermeyer W, Pilcher J, Prete F, Rechtschaffen A. Sleep deprivation and thermoregulation. In: Sleep '88: Proceedings of the 9th European Congress of Sleep Research, edited by Horne J. New York: Gustav Fischer Verlag, 1989, pp. 91-95.
2. EVERSON CA. Functional consequences of sustained sleep deprivation in the rat. Behavioural Brain Research, 69:43-54, 1995.
3. EVERSON CA. Sleep deprivation and the immune system. In: Understanding Sleep: Evaluation and Treatment of Sleep Disorders, edited by Pressman MR, Orr WC. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1997, pp. 401-424.
4. EVERSON CA. Clinical manifestations of sleep deprivation. In: Sleep Science: Integrating Basic Research and Clinical Practice. Monographs in Clinical Neuroscience, edited by Schwartz WJ. Basal: Karger, 1997, vol 15, pp. 34-59.
5. EVERSON CA. The neuroscience and endocrinology of fibromyalgia: Physiological consequences of sleep deprivation. J of Musculoskeletal Pain, 6(3):93-101, 1998.
6. EVERSON, CA. Sleep deprivation/restriction: Animal models. In: Basics of Sleep Guide. The Sleep Research Society, 2005, pp. 31-36.
7. Everson CA. Comparative research approaches to discovering the biomedical implications of sleep loss and sleep recovery. In: Sleep Research Society, Basics of Sleep Guide. Westchester, IL: Sleep Research Society, 2009.
 
Editorials, Letters to Editor, Other
1. EVERSON CA. Sleep reviews commentary. World Federation of Sleep Research Societies Newsletter, 4:47, 1995.
2. EVERSON CA, Toth LA. Letter to the editor: Systemic bacterial invasion and antigenic challenge. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol 280:R602-603, 2001.
 
Abstracts
1. EVERSON CA. Pathophysiology induced by sleep deprivation in the animal model. World Federation of Sleep Research Societies, Dresden, Germany (October, 1999) Sleep Research Online 2 (Suppl 1), 1999. (invited abstract)
2. Fang VS, Kushida CA, EVERSON CA, Bergmann BA, Rechtschaffen A. Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) system and stress hormone profiles of sleep-deprived rats. Endocrine Society, 1986.
3. EVERSON C, Bergmann B, Refetoff S, and Rechtschaffen A. Sleep deprivation in the rat: Energy expenditure (Poster presentation). The Second Annual East Coast Conference on Thermal Regulation, Bethesda, MD. Bethesda Naval Medical Research Institute. (March 29, 1988)
4. EVERSON CA. Splenic lymphocyte changes correspond to sleep deprivation and recovery in rats. 18th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, J Sleep Res 15 (Suppl) 1:58, 2006.
5. EVERSON CA, Henchen CJ, Szabo A, Hogg N. Cell injury may underlie disease risk resulting from chronic sleep restriction (poster presentation). Gordon Research Conference, Galveston, TX (March, 2014)
 
Peer Reviewed Educational Products
1. EVERSON C. Sleep Deprivation/Restriction. In: Slide Sets to Accompany the SRS Basics of Sleep Guide, edited by Amlaner CJ and Buxton OM. Westchester, Illinois: The Sleep Research Society Educational Programs, 2007. www.sleepresearchsociety.org.
 
Non-Peer Reviewed Educational Products
1. The New York Times. Mystery of Sleep Yields as Studies Reveal Immune Tie (08/03/93) Research findings from the Everson Laboratory formed the basis of a front-page article in the Science Section.
2. National Public Radio, Talk of the Nation: Science Friday August 20, 1993. On-air interview by Host Ira Flatow, who focused on recent research findings as a science happening. Participated in discussion during call-ins by listeners.
3. Der Spiegel (Germany), Nickerchen im Biomüll, #34, 1993. Foreign magazine article highlighting the research in the Everson laboratory.
4. The Economist, Science and Technology, The Big Sleep, June 17, 1995. Interview.
5. Sainsbury's Magazine (Great Britain), Sleep, June, 1996.
6. News in Physiological Sciences, Evolution of Infectious Disease, October, 1996.
7. The Scientist, Research section, Genetic and Molecular Mysteries of Sleep are Keeping Researchers Awake, October 28, 1996. Interview.
8. U.S. News and World Report, Great Science Mysteries: What is Sleep For? August 18-25, 1997.
9. Readers' Digest, The Healing Power of Sleep by Peter Jaret, May, 2002. Interview.
10. Science News, Washington DC, Kristin Cobb, 2002. Interview.
11. Wisconsin Medical Journal, Wisconsin Medical Society. Research, Education Provide Sleep Disorders Wake-Up Call, view article by Michael J. Dunn, MD, Dean and Executive Vice President, Medical College of Wisconsin, Vol. 102, No. 1, 2003. Interview.
12. US News and World Report, Science & Society: The Secrets of Sleep, Nell Boyce and Susan Brink, May 17, 2004.
13. New Scientist. Topic: sleep and obesity, Alison Motluk, November 4, 2006. Interview.
14. Reuters Health. Does sleep loss up weight by lowering energy use? Natasha Allen, May 13, 2011. Interview.
15. Doctor Radio Orthopaedics Show on Sirius XM. Hosts: Drs. Claudette Lajam and Dennis Cardone. Interview and call-in discussion about findings of impaired bone metabolism resulting from sleep loss. October 15, 2012.
16. 620 WTMJ. Host: Steve Ketalaar. Interview about findings of cell injury resulting from sleep loss. December 11, 2014.
17. 8 Tips for Getting the Rest You Need. Amy Korpi-Northwestern MutualVoice Team, February 24, 2015. Interview.
18. The Scientist. Go To Bed! The immediate consequences of losing out on sleep may be harbingers of long-term repercussions. Kerry Grens, March 1, 2016. Interview.
 
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