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Latest announcements

We have two positions available- a Project Manager and a Digital Media Program Coordinator! Click here to read more and learn how to apply.

We have created a public Zotero publication list for the NSRR. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have a relevant publication using NSRR data that should be added to this list.

This list is also an opportunity to identify collaborations and areas of overlap in analysis of NSRR data.

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Blog

We are Hiring!

The NSRR is hiring for 2 positions! See below for more information and how to apply: Project Manager (Job #3224094): We are looking to hire a talented Project Manager to serve as senior manager of a large NIH funded data repository, the National Sleep Research Resource (NSRR). Keep reading

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By ksparks on December 7, 2022 Dec 7, 2022 in News

A sneak peek into the NSRR standardized metadata for validated survey instruments

Any researchers who have tried to combine multiple datasets or validate findings in another dataset know how heterogeneity across datasets can make the process difficult or even impossible. At NSRR, we are working to address these challenges by standardizing and harmonizing important sleep measures and non-sleep covariates retrospectively. Standardization aims to reach uniformity in metadata across datasets, be it channel labels, annotations, variable definitions, sleep terminology, etc. Keep reading

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By yzhang on November 8, 2022 Nov 8, 2022 in Releases

Harmonizing sleep and circadian data: why is it important?

Guest Blogger: Diego R. Mazzotti, Ph.D. University of Kansas Medical Center Overview In this post, we will discuss some of the highlights of a Workshop Report recently published in SLEEP1 by our colleagues at the Sleep Research Network (SRN), a Task Force from the Sleep Research Society (SRS). This report summarizes a discussion panel held at the World Sleep Congress in Vancouver, Canada in 2019, that brought together leaders in sleep, circadian sciences, and biomedical informatics. Keep reading

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By ksparks on October 3, 2022 Oct 3, 2022 in Guest Blogger
An NHLBI resource for the sleep research community.

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Individuals Represented

46,214

Individuals Represented

7.91 TB

Stored on the Resource

7.91 TB

Stored on the Resource

1010 TB

Shared with Researchers

1010 TB

Shared with Researchers