Goldsmiths - University of London UK | Sleeping like a baby: Genetic and environmental influences on sleep in children and adolescents
Sleeping like a baby: Genetic and environmental influences on sleep in children and adolescents.
Alice Gregory first developed an interest in sleep research as a BA student of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford. Following the completion of her degree, she studied in Japan for a year collecting cross-cultural data for her first publication in the field of sleep research. Upon her return she commenced her PhD at the Institute of Psychiatry using epidemiological and twin samples to learn more about the associations between sleep disturbances, anxiety and depression concurrently and longitudinally. Alice is now a professor at Goldsmiths, University of London. She has published over 100 papers and chapters, mainly focusing on sleep or associated traits. Her first book: Nodding Off: Sleep from Cradle to Grave was published by Bloomsbury in June 2018.