Salome Kurth

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University Hospital Zurich, Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland 
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Parents

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Reto Huber grad student 2007-2011 University Children's Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland
Oskar G. Jenni grad student 2007-2011 University Children's Hospital, Zurich, Switzerland
Sean Deoni post-doc 2012-2016 Brown
Monique K. LeBourgeois post-doc 2012-2016 (PsychTree)
Yuko Munakata post-doc 2012-2016
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Children

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Rahel Nicolet research assistant 2018- University Hospital Zurich
Margaret Doucette research assistant 2013-2015 CU Boulder
Jonathan Lassonde research assistant 2013-2015 CU Boulder
Ian McClain research assistant 2014-2015 CU Boulder
Lauren Pierpoint research assistant 2014-2015 CU Boulder
Allyson Schumacher research assistant 2014-2015 CU Boulder
Elsa Mullins research assistant 2015-2015 CU Boulder
Sina Boschert-Hennrich research assistant 2016-2017 University Hospital Zurich
Melanie Auer research assistant 2017-2018 University Hospital Zurich
Rita Grolimund research assistant 2017-2018 University Hospital Zurich
Monika Stoller research assistant 2017-2018 University Hospital Zurich
Viktoria Gastens research assistant 2018-2018 University Hospital Zurich
Lara Barblan research assistant 2018-2019 University Hospital Zurich
Juliane Berger research assistant 2018-2019 University Hospital Zurich
Sarah Schoch grad student 2016- University Hospital Zurich
Vanesa Rocha post-doc 2019- University Hospital Zurich
Fiona Pugin research scientist 2016-2017 University Hospital Zurich
Francesca Baracchi research scientist 2016-2018 University Hospital Zurich

Collaborators

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Reto Huber collaborator 2012-
Yuko Munakata collaborator 2012-
Kenneth P. Wright collaborator 2012-
Moritz M. Daum collaborator 2016-
Oskar G. Jenni collaborator 2016-
Walter Karlen collaborator 2016-
Malcolm Kohler collaborator 2016- University Hospital Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland
Christophe Lacroix collaborator 2016- ETH Zürich
Dennis Nielsen collaborator 2016- Copenhagen University
Jean-Claude Walser collaborator 2017- ETH Zürich
Eva Winnebeck collaborator 2018-
Jakob Usemann collaborator 2019-
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Publications

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Schoch SF, Kurth S, Werner H. (2020) Actigraphy in sleep research with infants and young children: Current practices and future benefits of standardized reporting. Journal of Sleep Research. e13134
Timofeev I, Schoch SF, LeBourgeois MK, et al. (2020) Spatio-temporal properties of sleep slow waves and implications for development. Current Opinion in Physiology. 15: 172-182
Jaramillo V, Volk C, Maric A, et al. (2020) Characterization of overnight slow wave slope changes across development in an age-, amplitude-, and region-dependent manner. Sleep
Furrer M, Ringli M, Kurth S, et al. (2019) The experience-dependent increase in deep sleep activity is reduced in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Sleep Medicine. 75: 50-53
Furrer M, Jaramillo V, Volk C, et al. (2019) Sleep EEG slow-wave activity in medicated and unmedicated children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Translational Psychiatry. 9: 324
Thiel S, Haile SR, Peitzsch M, et al. (2019) Endocrine responses during CPAP withdrawal in obstructive sleep apnoea: data from two randomised controlled trials. Thorax
LeBourgeois MK, Dean DC, Deoni SCL, et al. (2019) A simple sleep EEG marker in childhood predicts brain myelin 3.5 years later. Neuroimage
Schoch SF, Jenni OG, Kohler M, et al. (2019) Actimetry in infant sleep research: an approach to facilitate comparability. Sleep
Schoch SF, Riedner BA, Deoni SC, et al. (2018) Across-night dynamics in traveling sleep slow waves throughout childhood. Sleep
Spiess M, Bernardi G, Kurth S, et al. (2018) How do children fall asleep? A high-density EEG study of slow waves in the transition from wake to sleep. Neuroimage
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