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Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program

Neuropsychiatry Program | Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry


Welcome to the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program. Our mission is to advance the science and treatment of sleep disorders and their consequences, using behavioral and psychological approaches. Our program consists of three components:

Research

In conjunction with the Behavioral Medicine division, we are conducting research to advance the scientific understanding of sleep and sleep disorders, in particular the relationship between insominia and chronic pain. We are currently recruiting participants for several studies related to sleep. If you would like see if you may be eligible to participate in any of our studies or to learn more about our research program, click here.

Clinical Care

Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic - Bayview Medical Center

The Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinic provides adult outpatient services to help patients improve their sleep and live healthier, happier lives. If you or someone you know has trouble sleeping, or if you would like to learn more about our clinic and how we help people, click here.

Education

Behavioral Sleep medicine Fellowship - Accredited

In addition to patient care and research, Johns Hopkins is committed to training the next generation of health care providers. The Behavioral Sleep Medicine Program sponsors a postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychology and also provides opportunities for interested undergraduate and graduate students to gain valuable research experience. For more information, click here.

New York Times Article - October 23, 2007
The Elderly Always Sleep Worse and Other Myths of Aging

If you have any questions about our patient care, current research studies, or training programs, and cannot find the information you need on these pages, then please contact us by email at sleepclinic@jhmi.edu or by phone at 410-550-7000.

 
 
 

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