The Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine
Stanford Center
for Sleep Sciences and Medicine
3165 Porter Drive, MC 5480
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Stanford Sleep Medicine Center (Clinic)
450 Broadway Street,
Pavilion B, 2nd Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063

Train to be a Sleep Technologist This September

Stanford is an accredited Accredited Sleep Technologist Education Program (A-STEP) provider and has open seats for the Fall Course. Individuals interestested in learning more about this 80-hour can read more about this hands on training course taking place September 12 -23, 2016.

Recent Publications

Stanford has driven considerable growth in sleep research and treatment.  The many research labs that comprise the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine study all aspects of sleep ranging from genetic studies to informatics. Read more about some of our findings that have been recently published.

Message from the Director

“Sleep restores not only the brain but also the entire body, and sleep disorders have important connections with all areas of medicine.”

Read more about Dr. Mignot's career.



Read about Watson,
Dr Mignot's Narcoleptic Puppy


About the Sleep Center

Read more about our innovative program that combines research, clinical and educational programs to advance the field of sleep medicine and improve patient care.

Full-time Faculty Member Position

The Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine has an available position for a full-time faculty member in the Clinician Educator Line, at the rank of Clinical Assistant Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, or Clinical Professor, to conduct clinical care and teaching in sleep medicine. Read more about this exciting position including information on how to apply.

Learn More about Dr. Pasca

Dr. Pasca, who recently joined the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine was the topic of a Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative article.



Donate to the Sleep Program

However, the field is still young and less widely recognized than more established areas of medicine. Vital work is needed, but funding from traditional sources is limited. Donate to the program to help us expand sleep research and patient care.

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