We seek to understand the neuroscience of sleep, and how this can be optimized to improve quality of life in health and disease.
We work closely with the community to improve quality of life through our cutting edge research. Our science serves a number of stakeholders, including Veterans and other affected patients, clinicians, the scientific community, and the general public.
Through our research, we hope to discover new therapies for TBI, PTSD, chronic pain, neurodevelopmental disorders and dementia.
SHARP conducts vitally important, impactful research studies in a dynamic and engaging scientific environment.
We are committed to performing ethical research at the highest possible scientific standards.
We respect diverse strengths and backgrounds, and we welcome a culture of lifelong learning and feedback through active mentorship at all levels.
We value teamwork, creativity, independence, organization, transparency, responsibility, perseverance, scientific rigor and professionalism.
We are grateful to receive funding support from many sources over the years, including: