21 Nov 2018:
Congratulations to Prof Doug McEvoy and Dr David Stevens on receiving Flinders Foundation Health Seed Grant funding. Doug's research will look at evaluating long-term clinical…
07 Nov 2018:
In early November 2018 the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health team moved to a brand new lab and office space on level 2 of the…
01 Nov 2017:
The National Sleep Health Services Research Centre of Excellence was officially launched at the AISH symposium, held at Flinders Victoria Square, Adelaide on the 1stof…
Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health
Mark Oliphant Building
Level 2, Building A
5 Laffer Drive
Bedford Park 5042
Welcome to the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health
The Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health (AISH) has over 40 staff members including many health professionals and researchers who are national and international leaders in their field. Only Flinders University AISH Research Staff are currently based at the Mark Oliphant Building at Flinders University.
Our multi-disciplinary team of qualified and experienced health and research professionals provides world-class clinical research in a range of sleep disorders. The AISH team includes affiliate sleep physicians, specialist nurses, psychologists, a psychiatrist, technologists, scientists, administrative staff and postgraduate students.
Our excellence in research through combined clinical, physiology, psychology and engineering expertise within the Centre and is ideally placed to continue to design and translate novel and practical diagnostic and treatment approaches to address the major burden of sleep problems in the community.
In December 2014 the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health was recognised as A Flinders Centre of Research Excellence (AISH FCRE) to acknowledge and formalise strong existing relationships between AISH, Flinders University and the Southern Adelaide Local Health Network. AISH FCRE is under the leadership of Professor Doug McEvoy and with major clinical research expertise and support from Doctor Ching Li Chai-Coetzer and Professor Peter Catcheside and reflects very close working relationships between clinicians and researchers working together towards translating the latest in clinical sleep research into clinical practice which underpins our highly successful, nationally and internationally recognised research group