Janna Mantua, PhD

Behavioral Biology Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Silver Spring, MD, United States 
Sleep, neurocognitive performance, traumatic brain injury, military medicine
"Janna Mantua"
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Mantua J, Eldringhoff HP, Overman GA, et al. (2023) Extended sleep restriction during U.S. Army Ranger School leads to a high rate of unusual sleepiness-related behaviors. Sleep Medicine. 102: 132-133
Mantua J, Gutierrez RL, Isidean SD, et al. (2022) Sleep duration prior to an enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli challenge predicts diarrhea severity during infection. Sleep Medicine. 100: 404-409
Mantua J, Shevchik JD, Chaudhury S, et al. (2022) Sleep and Infantry Battle Drill Performance in Special Operations Soldiers. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance. 93: 557-561
Mantua J, Symonette SA, Eldringhoff HP, et al. (2022) Concerns about the future linked with poor sleep quality in US army special operations soldiers withdrawing from Afghanistan. Bmj Military Health
Wickwire EM, Abdelwadoud M, Collen J, et al. (2022) Active Duty Service Members, Primary Managers, and Administrators' Perspectives on a Novel Sleep Telehealth Management Platform in the U.S. Military Healthcare System. Military Medicine
Kainec KA, Paracha AW, Ali S, et al. (2021) Age-related changes in sleep-dependent novel word consolidation. Acta Psychologica. 222: 103478
Ritland BM, Naylor JA, Bessey AF, et al. (2021) Association Between Self-Reported Sleep Quality and Musculoskeletal Injury in Male Army Rangers. Military Medicine
Mantua J, Ritland BM, Naylor JA, et al. (2021) Physical sleeping environment is related to insomnia risk and measures of readiness in US army special operations soldiers. Bmj Military Health
Mantua J, Pirner MC, Doyle ST, et al. (2021) Sleep and occupational well-being in active duty special operations soldiers: A replication and expansion. Sleep Health
Mantua J, Bessey AF, Sowden WJ. (2020) Poor Subjective Sleep Quality Is Associated with Poor Occupational Outcomes in Elite Soldiers. Clocks & Sleep. 2: 182-193
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