STL’s Clayton Sleep Hosts 14th Annual Updates in Sleep Medicine Conference

Top minds on Sleep Medicine converge on St. Louis Sep. 30 – Oct.1

ST. LOUIS (September 28, 2016) – Medical professionals from across the country will hear from leading sleep experts on sleep science and medicine, and discuss the latest trends and innovations in sleep care during Clayton Sleep Research Foundation’s annual Updates in Sleep Medicine (USM) conference on September 30 – October 1 at The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis.

“Our annual conference is a great opportunity for the some of the brightest minds around the country to gather in a friendly atmosphere to discuss the latest trends and advances in sleep medicine,” said Dr. Joseph Ojile, CEO of the Clayton Sleep Institute and the conference director. “We are able to continue hosting the conference every year because of the great people we attract. The presentations are very insightful and always a huge hit with the attendees.”

Confirmed faculty for this year’s conference include Dr. Allan Pack of University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, Dr. Katherine Sharkey of Brown University Alpert Medical School, Dr. Cristina Milesi of the Institute for Public Health & Environment, Dr. Maurice M. Ohayon of Stanford University School of Medicine, Dr. David Rapoport of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Health System, Dr. Gary Richardson of Circadian Medicine, Inc., Dr. Stephen Sheldon of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Dr. Phyllis Zee of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and Dr. Joseph Ojile of the Clayton Sleep Institute.

“Attendees will earn over 11 hours of continuing education credits from a variety of accrediting institutions during this conference,” Ojile said. “These credits are applicable to physicians, nurse practitioners, physicians’ assistants, nurses, respiratory therapists and sleep technologists.”

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Updates in Sleep Medicine is a program of the Clayton Sleep Research Foundation, the educational partner of the Clayton Sleep Institute, a leading center for sleep medicine and research that is headquartered in St. Louis.

About Clayton Sleep Research Foundation

Clayton Sleep Research Foundation (CSRF), headquartered in St. Louis, is the educational complement to Clayton Sleep Institute (CSI), a leading independent institution dedicated to all aspects of sleep medicine and sleep health. The CSRF annual national conference, Updates in Sleep Medicine is a continuing medical education program for sleep medicine professionals to learn about new discoveries, studies, and products in sleep medicine and health from leading sleep medicine physicians and scientists. CSRF works in partnership with CSI to advance the science and education of sleep and sleep health. For more information about Updates in Sleep Medicine, visit