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Narcolepsy researcher Dr. Emmanuel Mignot honored by National Academy of Sciences

Emmanuel Mignot, MD, PhD, the chair of Narcolepsy Network’s Medical Advisory Board, has been named as a new member of the National Academy of Sciences. The academy is […]

NYC DREAM BIG! Narcolepsy Walkathon raises more than $6,500

Narcolepsy Network supporters gathered at Chelsea Waterside Park in New York City on April 27 to raise awareness of narcolepsy and money for NN.  More than 130 […]

NY Times: Could what looks like A.D.H.D. be a sleep disorder in disguise?

From the New York Times: Diagnosing the Wrong Deficit Could what looks like A.D.H.D. be a sleep disorder in disguise?   In an Opinion piece published in on […]

Narcolepsy selected for FDA’s Patient-Focused Drug Development Initiative

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced the selection of 20 disease areas to be addressed during the first three years of its Patient-Focused Drug Development […]

We mourn the loss of Board Member and Co-Founder Sheryll Sue Carella

Sheryll Sue Carella 6/5/36 – 4/2/13 Sue was born in Iowa but grew up in San Bruno, CA.  She was a graduate of Capachino High School, San […]

Thank you to the NYC DREAM BIG! Narcolepsy Walkathon sponsors

Thank you to the following companies and individuals who are generously supporting this year’s DREAM BIG! Narcolepsy Walkathon, April 27  in New York City. Visit the Walkathon […]

Save the date for our 2013 conference

Make plans to meet us in Atlanta! Narcolepsy Network’s 2013 conference will be held at the InterContinental Hotel Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia, October 18-20.  More information will be available […]

Wall Street Journal: More Children With Sleep Problems Seek Overnight Tests

As more research spotlights the damaging effects of a poor night’s sleep on children, a growing number of kids are undergoing overnight sleep studies to diagnose sleep disorder […]

Experts discuss the relationship between sleep and memory

On the February 8 edition of National Public Radio’s “Talk of the Nation,” a panel of experts discussed the link between sleep, memory and cognition. As people […]

Columbia Journalism Review says Reuters’s description of narcolepsy is excessively bleak

In an article titled “Life after Pandemrix,” reporter Sara Morrison says that Reuters’s description of narcolepsy is excessively bleak.  The description appears in Reuter’s reporting on research showing a link […]

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