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March 10–11, 2016
Workshop: Shift Work at Night, Artificial Light at Night, and Circadian Disruption

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Welcome and Introduction - Dr. Kristina Thayer, NIEHS

Background and Workshop Objectives - Dr. Ruth Lunn

Overview of circadian disruption, biomarkers, and experimental models - Dr. Fred Turek, Northwestern University


Friday March 11, 2016

Presentations & Overview of light at night and its association with circadian disruption - Dr. Mariana Figueiro, Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Overview of studies of health effects and biomarkers of circadian disruption in humans - Dr. Richard Stevens, University of Connecticut

Overview of studies of health effects and biomarkers of circadian disruption in experimental animals - Dr. Randy Nelson, Ohio State University

Overview of types and characteristics of shift work and the concept of shift work as a complex exposure scenario - Dr. Roel Vermeulen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Overview of studies of shift workers and health effects and/or biomarkers of circadian disruption in humans - Dr. Johnni Hansen, Danish Cancer Society

Overview of studies of health effects and biomarkers of circadian disruption in experimental animal model studies of shiftwork or jet lag - Dr. Andrew Coogan, Maynooth University, Ireland


Discussion

Circadian Disruption Discussion

Characteristics of Artificial Light Discussion

Characteristics of Shift Work Discussion

Characteristics of Sleep Discussion

Shift Work at Night, Artificial Light at Night, and Circadian Disruption Discussion

Artificial Light at Night Closing Discussion

 

Workshop: Shift Work at Night, Artificial Light at Night, and Circadian Disruption Final Documents
March 10–11, 2016

Workshop Report

Workshop: Shift Work at Night, Artificial Light at Night, and Circadian Disruption Meeting Materials
March 10–11, 2016

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