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세계수면학회(WASM)_건강한 수면, 건강한 호흡, 건강한 몸(Ⅳ)

- 교육명 : 세계수면학회(WASM)_건강한 수면, 건강한 호흡, 건강한 몸(Ⅳ)

- 교육기관 : 대한이비인후과학회(대한수면학회)

- 교육날짜 : 2015-03-24 (화) 08:00 ~ 19:00

- 지역 : 서울

- 장소 : 서울 코엑스

- 교육문의 : 02-2626-2248

- 승인평점 : 6점


- 프로그램 08:00 ~ 09:00 Sleep, Cognition and Learning Bob Stickgold(Harvard) 09:05 ~ 09:20 Novel neuroimaging perspectives in Insomnia SB Hong(Sungkyunkwan University) 09:05 ~ 09:20 Sleep duration and sleeping habits in the US and Europe Maurice M. Ohayon(Stanford University) 09:05 ~ 09:25 Long term outcome on development and behavior of premature with and without SDB Yu-shu Huang(Chang Gung Memorial Hospital) 09:05 ~ 09:25 RLS Genetics and kidney disease Juliane Winkelmann(Stanford University) 09:05 ~ 09:25 Modified Concept of Genial Tubercle Advancement Surgery Sung Wan Kim(Kyung Hee University) 09:05 ~ 09:25 Evaluation of fitness to drive in professional drivers Markku Partinen(Vitalmed Res Center) 09:20 ~ 09:40 Sleep duration and sleeping habits in Korea Seung Chul Hong(Catholic University of Korea) 09:20 ~ 09:40 Light therapy for Insomnia Jung Hie Lee(Kangwon National University) 09:25 ~ 09:45 How to evaluate fitness to drive in patients before and after treatment Pierre Philip(Sanpsy - University of Bordeaux) 09:25 ~ 09:45 Safety and Complications of Tongue Base Resection for OSA Hsin-Ching Lin(Chang Gung Memorial Hospital) 09:25 ~ 09:45 Genetics of Chronotype Chang-Ho Yun(National University Bundang Hospital) 09:25 ~ 09:45 The impact of age on long-term cognitive recovery following treatment of sleep disordered breathing in children Sarah Biggs(Monash University) 09:40 ~ 09:55 Music and insomnia Iris Haimov(Emek Yezreel College) 09:40 ~ 09:55 Sleep duration and sleeping habits in Hong Kong Yun-Kwok Wing(University of Hong Kong) 09:45 ~ 10:05 Sleep-disordered-breathing and academic performances Barbara Galland(University of Otago) 09:45 ~ 10:05 Cutting Edge Methods for Combining data across populations and improving power Lyle Palmer(University of Adelaide) 09:45 ~ 10:05 Titrable tongue base loop surgery Evert Hamans(University Hospital Antwerp) 09:45 ~ 10:05 Driving and neurobehavioral dysfunction in OSA Andrew Vakulin(Woolcock Institute of Medical Research) 09:55 ~ 10:15 Sleep duration and sleeping habits in Sao Paulo, Brazil Dalva Poyares(Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo) 09:55 ~ 10:15 Yoga Nidra (sleep yoga) effective inexpensive Manjari Tripathi(All India Institute of Medical Sciences) 10:05 ~ 10:25 Acute versus chronic sleep deprivation and fitness to drive: impact of societal changes Maria-Antonia Quera-Salva(Raymond Poincare Hospital) 10:05 ~ 10:25 Modification and Limitation of Hyoid Suspension Joachim Maurer(University of Mannheim) 10:05 ~ 10:25 Uncovering the Genetics of Insomnia and Related Traits Philip Gehrman(University of Pennsylvania) 10:05 ~ 10:25 Variability of light intensity during the day and impact on cognition, memory and behavior in school children Alexandre Dubois(.) 10:15 ~ 10:30 Acupressure and acupuncture for Insomnia DK Cheuk(University of Hong Kong) 10:15 ~ 10:30 The NSF Sleep Time Recommendation panel: The quest for normative data Max Hirshkowitz(VAMC Sleep Center) 11:00 ~ 12:30 Palatal surgery in Indian population, types and techniques Srinivas Kishore(.) 11:00 ~ 12:30 Robotic & Non robotic Tongue base surgery in SRBD and its protocol Vikas Agrawal(.) 11:00 ~ 12:30 Role of Skeletal x-x-x-x-x-x-framework surgery in Indian scenario Vijaya Krishnan(.) 11:05 ~ 11:20 Understanding sleep control mechanism in normal and abnormal human brain Hyang Woon Lee(Ewha Womans University Mogdong Hospital) 11:05 ~ 11:25 H1N1 and autoimmunity Emmanuel Mignot(Stanford University) 11:05 ~ 11:25 The iron-hypoxia-dopamine relation in RLS/WED Christopher J. Earley(Johns Hopkins) 11:05 ~ 11:20 Killer Dreams Meir Kryger(Yale University) 11:20 ~ 11:40 The implications of co-morbid sleep-disordered breathing and PTSD Christine Won(Yale University) 11:20 ~ 11:40 Control of cortical activation and sleep by the basal forebrain and thalamus Ritchie Brown(Harvard) 11:25 ~ 11:45 Hypoxic pathway activation in RLS/WED brain and peripheral tissue James Connor(Penn State University) 11:25 ~ 11:45 H1N1, seasonality and Childhood narcolepsy Fang Han(Peking University) 11:40 ~ 11:55 Targeting post-traumatic sleep to improve neurological outcome after diffuse brain injury Rachel Rowe(Phoenix Children) 11:40 ~ 11:55 The bimodal theta rhythms during REM sleep in chronically sleep deprived mice Jee Hyun Choi(Korea Institute of Science and Technolgoy) 11:45 ~ 12:05 Peripheral hypoxia in RLS Olli Polo(Unesta Research Centre) 11:45 ~ 12:05 H1N1 and Pandemrix in Finland Markku Partinen(Vitalmed Res Center) 11:55 ~ 12:15 Post-traumatic sleep as a physiological bioindicator of diffuse brain injury ? Is it diagnostic or prognostic? Jonathan Lifshitz(Phoenix Children) 11:55 ~ 12:15 Cortical and subcortical sleep activity regulation: insights from Stereo-EEG recordings Simone Sarasso(University of Milan) 12:15 ~ 12:30 Potential role of sleep-wake cycle in the pathogenesis in neurodegenerative diseases Jee Hoon Roh(Asan Medical Center) 12:15 ~ 12:30 Parasomnias in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Yo-El Ju(Washington University School of Medicine) 12:25 ~ 12:30 iron-hypoxia: RLS in COPD, sleep apnea and other medical conditions Richard Allen(Johns Hopkins) 12:25 ~ 12:30 HLA, H1N1 and narcolepsy Hanna Ollila(Stanford University) 13:00 ~ 14:30 Cardiovascular risk and metabolic consequences of SDB Patrick Levy(Joseph Fourier University) 13:00 ~ 14:30 Cardiovascular risk and metabolic consequences of SDB Jan Hedner(.) 13:00 ~ 14:30 Cardiovascular risk and metabolic consequences of SDB Patrick Levy(Joseph Fourier University) 13:00 ~ 14:30 Cardiovascular risk and metabolic consequences of SDB Jan Hedner(.) 13:00 ~ 14:30 Cardiovascular risk and metabolic consequences of SDB Thomas Penzel(Charite University Hospital - Berlin) 14:30 ~ 15:30 Maxillomandibular advancement for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome-What I have learned from 852 cases Kasey Li(Sleep Apnea Surgery Center: Palo Alto, CA) 16:00 ~ 17:30 First Evidence For Neurodegeneration In Rem Sleep Without Atonia Ambra Stefani(Innsbruck Medical University) 16:00 ~ 17:30 Motor And Non-motor Features Of Parkinson’s Disease In Idiopathic Rem Sleep Behaviour Disorder Michal Rolinski(.) 16:00 ~ 17:30 Diagnosing Rem Sleep Behaviour Disorder In Patients With Parkinson’s Disease: The Role Of Screening Questionnaires And Of Measures Of Rem Sleep Without Atonia Michela Figorilli(.) 16:00 ~ 17:30 Antidepressants Increase Rem Sleep Muscle Tone In Patients With And Without Rem Sleep Behavior Disorder Stuart McCarter(.) 16:00 ~ 17:30 Mortality And Its Correlated Clinical And Polysomnographic Characteristics In Rem Sleep Behavior Disorder Jihui Zhang(Chinese University of Hong Kong) 16:00 ~ 17:30 Altered Sleep Architecture In Autosomal Dominant Spinocerebellar Ataxias: A Polysomnographic Based Study Seshagiri Donipathi(.) 16:05 ~ 16:25 Sleep and Epilepsy: Overview Sang Ahm Lee(Asan Medical Center) 16:05 ~ 16:25 Sleep Medicine in Dentistry: Overview and Differential Diagnosis with Sleep Bruxism, Orofacial Pain vs. Breathing Disorders Gilles Lavigne(Universite de Montreal) 16:05 ~ 16:20 Sex differences in circadian timing systems of mammals Rae Silver(Columbia University) 16:05 ~ 16:25 Cytokine profiles and sleep patterns in pregnancy Michele Okun(University of Colorado, Colorado Springs) 16:05 ~ 16:25 Sleep Drug Development: Suvorexant, Pitolisant, JZP-110 Jed Black(.) 16:20 ~ 16:40 Effect of sex on human circadian rhythms Jeanne F Duffy(Harvard Medical School, Brigham & Women) 16:25 ~ 16:45 Sleep Drug Development: Suvorexant, Pitolisant, JZP-110 Andrew Krystal(.) 16:25 ~ 16:45 Snoring, hypertension and pregnancy outcome Annette Robertson(.) 16:25 ~ 16:45 Dental Sleep Medicine: Bridging Medicine and Dentistry Peter Cistulli(University of Sydney) 16:25 ~ 16:45 Impact of PAP treatment on seizure control in patients with epilepsy and obstructive sleep apnea Kwang Ik Yang(Soonchunhyang University College of Medicine, Cheonan Hospital) 16:40 ~ 16:55 Sex differences in the circadian variation of sleep and waking Diane B. Boivin(McGill University) 16:45 ~ 17:05 Treatment of SDB during pregnancy and potential treatment of preeclampsia Christian Guilleminault(Stanford University) 16:45 ~ 17:05 Sleep Drug Development: Suvorexant, Pitolisant, JZP-110 Yves Dauvilliers(.) 16:45 ~ 17:05 Differential diagnosis of nocturnal events including epilepsies and other sleep-related paroxysmal events Manjari Tripathi(All India Institute of Medical Sciences) 16:45 ~ 17:05 Clinical Evaluation and Oral Appliance Treatment of Patients with Sleep-Disordered Breathing Jin Woo Chung(Seoul National University) 16:55 ~ 17:15 Sex differences in sleep timing and chronotype Jung Hie Lee(Kangwon National University) 17:05 ~ 17:25 Sleep Drug Development: Suvorexant, Pitolisant, JZP-110 Jed Black(.) 17:05 ~ 17:25 Screening strategy for SDB during pregnancy Visasiri Tantrakul(Ramathibodi Hospital) 17:05 ~ 17:25 Maxillo-mandibular advancement for Asian SDB patients Jin Young Choi(Seoul National University) 17:05 ~ 17:25 Effect of Antiepileptic drugs on sleep quality and architecture Woo-Joo Kim(.) 17:15 ~ 17:30 Chronobiological basis of mood disorders specific to women Barbara L. Parry(University of California, San Diego) 17:30 ~ 19:00 Newly proposed diagnostic criteria and history of Night Eating Syndrome (NES) Dott. Piergiuseppe Vinai(.) 17:30 ~ 19:00 History and background of Sleep Related Eating Disorders (SRED) and their relationship to amnesia, Restless Legs Syndrome and sleepwalking Carlos Schenck(Hennepin County Medical Center) 17:30 ~ 19:00 The relationship between Eating Disorders (EDs) and NES Latzer Yael(Haifa University) 17:30 ~ 19:00 Discussion: Is NES an eating disorder, a separate sleep disorder or a new diagnostic entity: The relationship between EDs, SRED and NES Latzer Yael(Haifa University) 17:30 ~ 19:00 Discussion: Is NES an eating disorder, a separate sleep disorder or a new diagnostic entity: The relationship between EDs, SRED and NES Orna Tzischinsky(Emek Yezreel College) 17:30 ~ 19:00 Discussion: Is NES an eating disorder, a separate sleep disorder or a new diagnostic entity: The relationship between EDs, SRED and NES Howell Michael(.) 17:30 ~ 19:00 Discussion: Is NES an eating disorder, a separate sleep disorder or a new diagnostic entity: The relationship between EDs, SRED and NES Pier Vinai(Gnosis) 17:35 ~ 17:55 Violence during NREM Sleep Cicolin Alessandro(.) 17:35 ~ 17:50 Neurobiology of Pain and Sleep Interaction Helen Bastuji(CRNL Neuropain Team) 17:35 ~ 17:55 Importance of the face and cephalometrics characteristics in OSA surgical selection Julio Cifuentes(Clinica Alemana de Santiago) 17:50 ~ 18:10 Biomarkers of Pain and Sleep Interaction with a focus on minor Traumatic Brain Injury as a prospective study model Samar Khoury(University of Montreal) 17:55 ~ 18:15 The role of orthodontics in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment in OSA Pilar Santelices(Universidad del Desarrollo - Santiago, Chile) 17:55 ~ 18:15 Violence during REM Sleep Carlos Schenck(Hennepin County Medical Center) 18:10 ~ 18:25 Placebo Effect in Understanding Pain Perception in Sleep Florian Chouchou(Universite Jean Monnet) 18:15 ~ 18:35 Selecting oro-pharyngeal surgery in OSA Kenny Peter Pang(Asia Sleep Center) 18:15 ~ 18:35 Violence during Sleep: Sexual Assault Christian Guilleminault(Stanford University) 18:25 ~ 18:45 Management Avenues for Pain and Sleep: Pharmacology Marco Zucconi(San Raffaele Institute) 18:35 ~ 18:55 Effectiveness and reliability of MMA in OSA patient with and without skeletal abnormalities Christopher Viozzi(Mayo Clinic) 18:35 ~ 18:55 The Legal Aspect of Violence During Sleep Kenneth Buttoo(.) 18:45 ~ 19:00 Management Avenues for Pain and Sleep:Non Pharmacology Michael Smith(Johns Hopkins)

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