Sleepless While Pregnant: Implications on Maternal-Infant Health
A talk by Dr. Galit Dunietz, Assistant Professor in the University of Michigan's Division of Sleep Medicine
This seminar will review current research on sleep disturbances and disorders during pregnancy and their impact on maternal and newborn health. Dr. Dunietz is an Assistant Professor in the University of Michigan’s Division of Sleep Medicine. She studies the impact of sleep on health across the lifespan. Her primary research is at the intersection of epidemiology, sleep medicine and women’s cardiometabolic health. Dr. Dunietz holds a Master in statistics from Columbia University, a Master of Public Health in epidemiology from the University of Michigan, and a Doctorate in epidemiology from Michigan State University. As a postdoctoral fellow, she obtained training in sleep epidemiology in the University of Michigan’s Division of Sleep Medicine.