Dr. Brett Millar, Core Faculty, Center for Population Behavioral Health and IFH Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry (RWJMS), presents “Sleep Health: A Dual Process Perspective.”
Brett Millar is an Assistant Professor in the Center for Population Behavioral Health at IFH and in the Department of Psychiatry at RWJMS. Brett’s research focuses on the health and wellbeing of sexual and gender minority populations across the lifespan, primarily looking at sleep health both as an outcome (especially how sleep is harmed by daily experiences
of discrimination and stigma) and as a predictor of various health behaviors (e.g., alcohol and drug use, medication non-adherence). Brett serves on the editorial board of the AIDS & Behavior journal and has co-authored a number of book chapters, including one highlighting inequities in sleep health among sexual and gender minority populations in the book, Social Epidemiology of Sleep. This research is made possible by funding from the NIA, NHLBI, and the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA).
Meeting ID: 961 7723 4659
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