SLEEP 2007 to present more than 1,100 new findings and developments on sleep disorders

Contact: Jim Arcuri
American Academy of Sleep Medicine

WESTCHESTER, Ill. — SLEEP 2007, the 21st Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies (APSS), is just over a month away. Members of the press have the opportunity to register for and attend the world’s largest annual gathering of sleep scientists and sleep medicine professionals, and be among the first to report the latest discoveries in sleep disorder research to their audience, many of whom may have a sleep problem.

SLEEP 2007 will take place in Minneapolis, Minn., from June 11th-14th, and bring together an international body of 5,000 leading researchers and clinicians, who will present and discuss more than 1,100 new findings and medical developments related to sleep and sleep disorders in men, women and children, including insomnia, sleep apnea, narcolepsy, restless legs syndrome, periodic limb movements and more.

Press attendees have unrestricted access to all events, as well as an opportunity to personally interview prominent members of the field who can provide invaluable insight into the science of sleep.

The press registration deadline is Friday, June 1st, 2007.

For more information about SLEEP 2007, or to register for a press pass, please contact Jim Arcuri.

More details, including the program schedule and a list of invited lecturers, are available on the APSS Web site,

For those unable to attend SLEEP 2007, but would like a summary of the research that will be presented and the topics that will be discussed, please contact Jim Arcuri, who will distribute this information when it becomes available.

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