SLTBR President, 2018-2020


Dorothy Sit : MD

Dorothy Sit

MD

Northwestern University
Feinberg School of Medicine
Dept of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Chicago 60611
USA

Phone: +1 312 695 8613

Email: Dorothy.Sit at northwestern.edu

Board of Directors


Mirjam Münch (Past President 2016-2018) : Ph.D.

Mirjam Münch (Past President 2016-2018)

Ph.D.

Massey University
Sleep/Wake Research Centre
Wellington Campus
PO Box 756
Wellington 6140
New Zealand

Phone:
Email: m.munch at massey.ac.nz

Marijke Gordijn (VP – 2018-2020) : University of Groningen

Marijke Gordijn (VP – 2018-2020)

University of Groningen

Marijke C.M. Gordijn, PhD, is guest researcher at the Chronobiology group of the University of Groningen, The Netherlands and founder/director of Chrono@Work B.V. After finishing her Masters in Biology, she did her PhD at the Psychiatric department of the University Medical Center in Groningen. Her main interest is translational research in the fields of chronobiology, sleep, light, metabolism and mood/well-being. Her goal is to use this knowledge to prevent the negative effects of chronobiological disruption in our 24/7 society. Marijke is vice-president of the Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms, chair of the scientific committee of the Dutch Sleep Wake Society and co-founder of both Chronotherapy Network Netherlands and the Good Light Group. 

Phone: +31 0502111946
Email: marijke.gordijn at chronoatwork.com

John Gottlieb (2018-2020) :

John Gottlieb (2018-2020)

Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
Feinberg School of Medicine
Northwestern University

Medical Director,
Chicago Psychiatry Associates

Phone:
Email: jgottlieb at northwestern.org

Christian Cajochen, PhD (2018-2020) :

Christian Cajochen, PhD (2018-2020)

Prof. Christian Cajochen is heading the Centre for Chronobiology at the University of Basel. He received his PhD in natural sciences from the ETH in Zürich, Switzerland, followed by a 3-y postdoctoral stay at the Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA. His major research interests include investigative work on the influence of light on human cognition, circadian rhythms and sleep, circadian related disturbances in psychiatric disorders, and age-related changes in the circadian regulation of sleep and neurobehavioral performance. He has held a number of honours and has authored more than 150 original papers and reviews in his career.

Head
Centre for Chronobiology
Transfaculty Research Platform
Molecular and Cognitive Neurosciences (MCN)
Psychiatric Hospital
University of Basel (UPK)
Wilhelm-Kleinstrasse 27
4002 Basel
Switzerland

Phone: + 41 61 325 53 18
Email: christian.cajochen at upkbs.ch

Katharina Wulff, PhD (2018-2020) :

Katharina Wulff, PhD (2018-2020)

Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute (SCNi)
University of Oxford
Sir William Dunn School of Pathology
South Parks Road
Oxford, OX1 3RE
United Kingdom

Phone:
Email: katharina.wulff at eye.ox.ac.uk

Renske Lok (2018-2020) :

Renske Lok (2018-2020)

MSc Renske Lok studied Medical Biology at the University of Groningen. After graduation, she continued as a PhD candidate at the University of Groningen, department of Chronobiology, in which she investigated effects of light on human alertness. Other topics of interests include effects of light on psychological and physical performance, thermoregulation and sleep.

Phone:
Email: renskelok at hotmail.com

Administrative Team


John Hanifin, Treasurer :

John Hanifin, Treasurer

Thomas Jefferson University
Department of Neurology
1025 Walnut St., Suite 507
Philadelphia
Pennsylvania 19107

USA

Phone: +1 215 955 9409

Email: john.hanifin at jefferson.edu
Nikki L. Hafezi : Executive Administrator MAS IP ETHZ

Nikki L. Hafezi

Executive Administrator MAS IP ETHZ

GroupAdvance Consulting GmbH
Gubelstrasse 12
CH-6300 Zug
Switzerland

Phone: +41 41 560 91 91
Email: info at groupadvance.com