Glenn J. Landry
Glenn J. Landry obtained his MA and PhD degrees at SFU, examining the circadian mechanisms of food and reward entrainment with support from the MSFHR and NSERC. He was formerly a member of the university’s Circadian Rhythms and Sleep Laboratory.
Currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Aging, Mobility and Cognitive Neuroscience Lab of UBC’s Faculty of Medicine, Landry’s research efforts focus on circadian rhythms, sleep, aging and cognition. In particular, he is interested in determining whether age-related changes in sleep duration, efficiency and architecture contribute to or accelerate cognitive decline in the elderly.
- Circadian Rhythms: Why We Sleep (55+) SCFC836