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Circadian timing, information processing, and energy balance (TIME) Study

Semester: Spring 2024

Presentation description

There are various known risk factors that can worsen cardiometabolic health. Some include late sleep timing, short sleep duration, and neurobehavioral processes. By improving behavioral factors we can test a longitudinal relationship between circadian alignment and cardiometabolic risk factors. The TIME Study looks to improve circadian rhythm by measuring effects of circadian alignment on neurobehavioral measures, dietary behaviors, and cardiometabolic risk factors.

Presenter Name: Emely Huerta Sanchez

Presentation Type: Poster
Presentation Format: In Person
Presentation #A33
College: Medicine
School / Department: Family & Preventative Medicine
Research Mentor: Kelly Baron
Date | Time: Tuesday, Apr 9th | 9:00 AM