This is the first post in a new series titled “Meet a chronobiologist“. These posts provide a brief look in to the work of prominent chronobiologists from their perspective.
In this inaugural video blog, we asked Allison Brager about her journey to becoming a chronobiologist, how she became involved in the COVID-19 frontlines in New York and how her background in sleep research was useful in that fight.
About the chronobiologist: Dr. Allison Brager (@docjockzzz on twitter and instagram) is the Director of Human Performance and Outreach Education under the United States Army Recruiting Command. Her research investigates neurobiological substrates and mechanisms of survival in austere/extreme environments. She has been an active member of SRBR since 2008 and has held several leadership positions for the society.