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Sleep centre

Person sleepingUniSA’s Centre for Sleep Research launched its new offices at City East campus recently with a flurry of fluffy slippers and brushed cotton pyjamas.

The opening was held as a pyjama party and everyone from professors and lead researchers to industry partners and CEOs donned their brunch coats and dressing gowns to join in the fun. The new facility, officially opened by Vice Chancellor Denise Bradley and the then Minister of Employment Training and Further Education, Stephanie Key, includes dynamic open plan office spaces and five bedrooms including bathroom and kitchen facilities for subjects involved in sleep research studies. The Centre for Sleep Research is working on major industry projects looking at pilot and driver safety and clinical research projects examining the links between sleep and sleep disturbance and health and wellbeing.