Circadian Medicine Research Featured in NYTimes Magazine

Post Date: July 6, 2022

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John Hogenesch, PhD

Circadian medicine research led by John Hogenesch, PhD, at Cincinnati Children’s was featured in an in-depth article published online July 6, 2022, by the New York Times Magazine.

The article cites multiple studies that address the wide range of ways that circadian rhythms and “clock” genes drive biological processes in the body, with implications for sleep, nutrition, and how people metabolize many types of medications.

Read the magazine article

Featured studies

A Circadian Gene Expression Atlas in Mammals: Implications for Biology and Medicine, PNAS, 2014

Dosing Time Matters, Science, August 2019

A Large-Scale Study Reveals 24-h Operational Rhythms in Hospital Treatment, PNAS, 2019

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