• CISRE

    The Center for Interdisciplinary Sleep Research and Education (CISRE) is an interdisciplinary program that supports clinical research and education related to Sleep Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and off-site multi-centered clinical trials

  • About CISRE

    The Center for Interdisciplinary Sleep Research and Education (CISRE), formerly the Sleep Core Laboratory of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center General Clinical Research Center (JHBMC GCRC), is an establishment with over 30 years of clinical sleep research experience.

     The Center for Interdisciplinary Sleep Research and Education (CISRE) is an interdisciplinary program that supports clinical research and education related to Sleep Medicine at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and off-site multi-centered clinical trials.

     The CISRE leverages the expertise and resources of sleep specialists and their colleagues in a wide range of medical disciplines to facilitate state-of-the-art interdisciplinary initiatives in research and education in Sleep Medicine.

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     The CISRE integrates a variety of programs in Sleep Medicine including a 10-bed sleep research center with an on-site chronobiology suite, the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center clinical sleep facilities, an ACGME fellowship program, an NIH-funded T32 training program in multidisciplinary sleep medicine, dedicated sleep IT infrastructure, and a multifaceted AASM-accredited scoring hub.

     The Center faculty includes specialists in pulmonary medicine, neurology, psychiatry, endocrinology, cardiology, physical medicine, radiology, gastroenterology, behavioral medicine, pediatrics, geriatrics, otorhinolaryngology, general surgery, neuroscience, nuclear medicine, behavioral pharmacology, internal medicine, and anesthesia.