Robert Stickgold, Director, Center for Sleep and Cognition, Harvard Medical School
Ken Paller, Professor, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
Matthew Walker, Principal Investigator, Sleep and Neuroimaging Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley
David Dinges, Chief, Division of Sleep and Chronobiology, Perelman School of Medicine
Michael Silber, Co-director, The Center for Sleep Medicine, Mayo Clinic
We spend a lot of time sleeping (roughly one-third of our lives, according to the National Institutes of Health). But how much downtime do our brains really need? Experts discuss the links between sleep, memory and cognition, and why our sleep patterns change as we age.