Elizabeth Klerman

Elizabeth Klerman, Harvard University, chronobiology, sleep research

Harvard Medical School

Dr. Klerman is a Professor of Neurology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard Medical School in Boston. Her research includes the mathematical analysis and modeling of human circadian rhythms and sleep. She is a member of the International Academy of Astronautics and was Team Lead for the National Space Biomedical Research Institute.


Elizabeth Klerman, Harvard, Till Roenneberg, LMU, chronobiology, webinar

Copilot Body Clock: How Biology Could Drive the Future of Technology

In this DLD Sync session, two of the world’s leading chronobiologists put their research into perspective with regard to technology and the future of mobility. Elizabeth Klerman (Harvard Medical School) and Till Roenneberg (LMU Munich) explained what chronobiology is – and why it is vital for all of us to know more about it. They…
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Sleep Research: What You Need To Know About Your Body Clock

Leading scientists Elizabeth Klerman and Till Roenneberg explain why sleep is vital to good health and how lifestyle choices can interfere with a good night’s rest…
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