Dr. Grandner is a leading expert in the area of sleep and health. He is a licensed Clinical Psychologist certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine, Director of the University of Arizona Sleep and Health Research Program, and the Director of the Behavioral Sleep Medicine Clinical Program at the Banner-University Medical Center in Tucson, AZ. His research focuses on real-world applications of sleep and health and studies links between sleep and obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, brain function, and work productivity. He has over 100 academic publications in peer-reviewed journals, has won numerous awards for his research, and is an elected fellow of both the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the American Heart Association. He has worked with a number of organizations, including the NCAA, Major League Baseball, US Olympic Committee, and companies across numerous business sectors.
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