University of Michigan Offers Free Sleep Course Online

The University of Michigan, through Coursera, is offering a free online course entitled Sleep: Neurobiology, Medicine, and Society starting on April 6, 2015.

Beginning with an overview of the molecular basis of sleep and covering a general review of sleep medicine, this 12-week course concludes with Dr. Thomas Roth discussing excessive daytime sleepiness and sleep need on June 13, 2015. Although the Hypersomnia Foundation’s Medical Advisory Board has not vetted the course content and we do not know what will be discussed regarding hypersomnia, the instructors are well-respected sleep researchers and clinicians. If you would like to learn more about sleep and are interested in participating in this course,

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