Presentations

Selected oral presentations:

2020

Fogel, S. (2020). Sleep and memory in the aging brain. Rotman Rounds, Baycrest Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

2019

Fogel, S. (2019). Good Sleep: The fountain of youth? Council on Aging of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2019). The Sleepless Lawyer. Justice Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2019). The Paradox of Sleep: The Active Brain at Rest. David Park Lecture Series, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2019). The interplay between memory, human intelligence and dreaming: recent evidence from EEG-fMRI and a novel approach to dream content analysis. MIT Dream Science Symposium, Massachusetts Institute for Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.

2018

Fang, Z., Ray, L., Owen, A.M., Fogel, S. (2018). Neural correlates of human cognitive abilities during sleep: an EEG-fMRI study. 23 nd Congress of the ESRS, Basel, Switzerland.

Fogel, S. (2018). Imaging sleep oscillations: a window into sleep’s role in memory and cognitive abilities. Sleep 2018. Baltimore, Maryland.

Fogel, S. (2018). The Sleepless Lawyer. Ottawa Legal Profession and Mental Health Symposium, The Royal’s IMHR, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2018). Memory and cognition: Impact of sleep and age. Canadian Sleep Society Education Day, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

Fogel S. (2018). Better Sleep On it: How Sleep Enhances Memory. Pint of Science, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2018). Sleeping brain, active brain: memory enhancement & transformation. CERNECséminaires du Centre, Centre de Recherche en Neuropsyhologie et Cognition, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2018). The function of sleep for memory and cognition: Insight from recent EEG-fMRI studies. Centre for Experimental Neurology Symposium, Inselpital, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland.

Fogel S. (2018). Imaging sleep oscillations: a window into sleep’s role in memory and cognitive abilities. Keynote Lecture. The Moncton Hospital, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.

Fogel S. (2018). Imaging sleep oscillations: a window into sleep’s role in memory and cognitive abilities. University of Ottawa Brain & Mind Research Institute, Brain Health Research Day, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Fogel S. (2018). Combining EEG and MRI to understand the function of sleep for learning & memory. Groupe de Neurosciences Sociales, Universite du Quebec en Outawais, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada.

2017

Fogel, S. (2017). PTSD and Sleep. Shawn & Khush Singh Distinguished Lecture Series, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Zandi., A. Quddus, A., Comeaux, F.J. & Fogel, S. (2017). Non-Intrusive Monitoring of Drowsiness Using Eye Movement and Blinking. (2017). Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals Conference. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Fogel S. (2017). Simultaneous EEG-fMRI reveals spindle-related neural correlates of intellectual abilities during sleep. World Sleep, Prague, Czech Republic.

Fogel S. (2017). The role of sleep in memory consolidation & cognitive abilities: Implications for academic success. World Sleep, Prague, Czech Republic.

Fogel, S. (2017). Inter-individual differences in intellectual abilities correlate with learning-related dream incorporation. 8 th Conference of the Canadian Sleep Society. Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

2016

Fogel, S. (2016). Sleep, Learning and Memory: Decoding the Physiological Signals of the Brain. Sleep. Sleep and Sleep Disorders Across the Life Span, London, Ontario, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2016). Understanding the need for sleep: the role of sleep in memory consolidation. Victoria Hospital Sleep Medicine Rounds, London, Ontario, Canada.

2015

Fogel, S., Ray, L., Binnie, L. & Owen, A.M. (2015). How to become an expert: New perspectives on the role of sleep in the mastery of procedural skills. 7th Congress of the World Sleep Federation, Istanbul, Turkey.

Fogel, S. (2015). Tips and tricks for EEG-fMRI recordings. 7th Conference of the Canadian Sleep Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2015). The role of sleep spindles in memory consolidation in the young and elderly. 7th Conference of the Canadian Sleep Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Laventure, S., Fogel, S., Albouy, G., Lungu, O., Sayour, c., Sevigny-Dupont, P., Carrier, J. & Doyon, J. (2015). The causal role of NREM2 sleep in sequential motor memory consolidation. Canadian Respiratory Journal (in press). 7 th Conference of the Canadian Sleep Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Viczko, J., Ray, L., Owen, A.M. & Fogel, S. (2015). Rhythm, routine, and reason: Circadian markers relate to intellectual ability. Canadian Respiratory Journal (in press). 7 th Conference of the Canadian Sleep Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Sergeeva, V., Ray, L., Owen, A.M. & Fogel, S. (2015). Fast sleep spindles in SWS but not sleep quality relate to verbal cognitive abilities. Canadian Respiratory Journal (in press). 7 th Conference of the Canadian Sleep Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

2014

Fogel, S., Albouy, G., King, B.K., Vien, C., Karni, A., Benali, H., Maquet, P., Carrier, J. & Doyon, J. (2014). Motor memory consolidation depends upon reactivation driven by the action of sleep spindles. 22nd Congress of the ESRS, Tallinn, Estonia.

Fogel, S. (2014). EEG-fMRI and sleep correlates of motor memory consolidation. Department of Psychology Colloquium Series, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.

2013

Fogel, S. (2013). EEG-fMRI correlates of sleep-dependent motor memory consolidation. 6th Conference of the Canadian Sleep Society, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Fogel, S. (2013). Demystifying sleep research. 6th Conference of the Canadian Sleep Society, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Fogel, S. (2013). The role of sleep and the impact of healthy aging on procedural memory consolidation. CRIUGM colloquium series, Centre de Recherche, IUGM, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2013). fMRI and sleep correlates of the age-related impairment in motor memory consolidation. CSBN Workshop and Colloquium, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2013). Advantages and limitations of integrating sleep EEG and MRI to study memory consolidation processes. Sleep Club, Department of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada.

2012

Fogel, S., Albouy, G., Vien, C., King, B., Popovicci, R., Hoge, R., Jbabdi, S. Benali, H., Karni, A., Maquet, P., Carrier, J. & Doyon, J. (2012). Age-related differences in cerebral activation for motor sequence learning are correlated with sleep spindles. 21st Congress of the ESRS, Paris, France.

Fogel, S. (2012). The Role of Sleep Spindles in Memory Consolidation and Cognitive Ability: Recent Findings from Humans and Rats. 26th annual meeting of the APSS, Boston, Massachusetts.

Fogel, S. (2012). Tips and tricks for EEG-fMRI recordings. Méthodes en imagerie cérébrale, Centre de Recherche, Institut Universitaire Geriatrie de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

2011

Fogel. S., Albouy, G., Vien, C., Popovicci, R., Laventure, S., Hoge, R., Jbabdi, S. Benali, H., Karni, A., Maquet, P., Carrier, J. & Doyon, J. (2011). Are age-related changes in memory a deficit in sleep-dependent memory consolidation? World Association of Sleep Medicine & Canadian Sleep Society Congress, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

Fogel, S., Albouy, G., Vien, C., Popovicci, R., Hoge, R., Jbabdi, S. Benali, H., Karni, A., Maquet, P., Carrier, J. & Doyon, J. (2011). A Differential Benefit To Motor Sequence Learning Following A Daytime Nap In Young And Elderly Adults. 25th annual meeting of the APSS, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Fogel, S., Albouy, G., Vien, C., Popovicci, R., Hoge, R., Jbabdi, S. Benali, H., Karni, A., Maquet, P., Carrier, J. & Doyon, J. (2011). A Differential Benefit To Motor Sequence Learning Following A Daytime Nap In Young And Elderly Adults. 19 th Congress, Centre de Recherche en Neuropsychology et Cognition, Montreal, Quebec.

Fogel, S., Albouy, G., Vien, C., Popovicci, R., Nguyen, V., Jeay, F., Bouyoucef, A., Hoge, R., Jbabdi, S. Benali, H., Karni, A., Maquet, P., Carrier, J. & Doyon, J. (2011). A Differential Benefit To Motor Sequence Learning Following A Daytime Nap In Young And Elderly Adults. Annual meeting of the Canadian Physiological Society, Saint-Adele, Quebec.

Fogel. S. (2011). The role of rapid eye movement and slow wave sleep for the consolidation of memory in rats. Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur Sleep Rounds, September, Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

2009

Fogel, S., Smith, C., & Beninger, R. (2009). Increased GABAergic activity in the region of the pedunculopontine and deep mesencephalic reticular nuclei reduces REM sleep and impairs learning in rats. Data Blitz, 4th conference of the Canadian Sleep Society, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Fogel, S. (2009). Sleep, memory consolidation and learning potential. Queen’s University Sleep Rounds, September 2009, Queen’s University.

2008

Fogel, S., Smith, C., & Beninger, R. (2008). Evidence for a 2-step model of sleep and memory: Learning-dependent changes in sleep spindles and theta in rats. 19th Congress of the ESRS, Glasgow, Scotland.

2006

Fogel, S., Cote, K., & Smith, C. (2006). Declarative learning-dependent changes in theta power during REM sleep. 20th annual meeting of the APSS, Salt Lake City, Utah.

2004

Fogel, S., Smith, C., & Cote, K. (2004). Complex procedural learning and sigma power in the last stage 2 sleep episode of the night. 17th Congress of the ESRS, Prague, Czech Republic.

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