Speaker: Satchin Panda, PhD
Salk Institute for Biological Studies
The Linda and Joel Robuck Lecture
When: Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time: The doors open at 6:15pm - at which time the pre-lecture reception in the Center for BrainHealth will begin and the lecture seating areas (Center for BrainHealth's Auditorium and Center for BrainHealth's Reception Hall) will open. Entry into lecture seating areas prior to 6:15pm to save seats is NOT permitted. Lectures will begin promptly at 7:00pm and conclude at 8:15pm.
Location: Center for BrainHealth, 2200 West Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75235 (At the corner of West Mockingbird and Forest Park). Phone: 972.883.3007 or 972.883.3400.
Auditorium ($60): View the speaker and presentation slides live. NO food or drink is allowed in the Auditorium.
Reception Hall ($50): View a live video feed of the speaker and presentation slides. Food and drink are allowed in the Reception Hall.
Most people naturally wake up, get hungry throughout the day and fall asleep at generally consistent times. Indeed, coordination of circadian clocks underlies the daily rhythms in physiology, metabolism, behavior and sleep. Now, science is uncovering the links between our circadian rhythm and overall health. While the neural clock is considered the master driver of circadian rhythms, emerging evidence indicates that circadian rhythms in metabolic organs also play a role in sleep and arousal.
When we consume a consistent daily caloric intake within a consistent window of 8-12 hours, there is an unexpected improvement in sleep. This observation is bringing new understanding that “when you eat” plays a role in whether or not you get a good night's sleep.
Center for BrainHealth , 972-883-3007
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