Dr Neil Stanley’s Biography
Dr Neil Stanley has been involved in sleep research for 27 years, starting his career at the Neurosciences Division of the R.A.F Institute of Aviation Medicine and most recently as Manager of the Clinical Trials & Research Unit at the Norwich and Norfolk University Hospital.
In the early 1990s he moved to the Human Psychopharmacology Research Unit, part of the University of Surrey, where as Director of Sleep Research he created and ran a 24-bed Phase I sleep lab.
He is past Chairman of the British Sleep Society, a member of the European Sleep Research Society and of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. From 2004 to 2008 he was a member of the Executive Committee of the Assembly of National Sleep societies and is co-author of the Guidelines for Accreditation of Sleep Medicine Centres and Sleep Medicine Education in Europe.
He has published 30 peer-review papers on various aspects of sleep research and psychopharmacology and is widely quoted by the media as a sleep expert. He has made numerous appearances on UK and international radio and TV programmes including; Shattered, Kilroy, Esther, Breakfast News, GMTV, Big Brother’s Little Brother.