Prof. Klerman's efforts are concentrated in clinical and biomathematical research, teaching, and clinical practice. Her areas of research are (i) the application of circadian and sleep research principles to normal and pathophysiologic states and (ii) mathematical analysis and modeling of human circadian, sleep, and neurobehavioral mood and performance rhythms. Prof. Klerman is Director of Student Engagement in Clinical and Translational Research within Harvard Catalyst and is actively involved in mentoring trainees and junior faculty in patient-oriented research. She was a member of the team that won NASA JSC Director’s Innovation Award and is an elected member of the International Academy of Astronautics.
Positions and Affiliations
- Research Investigator, Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts, USA
- Physician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Massachusetts, USA
- Visiting Scientist, Picower Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Director of Analytic and Modeling Unit within the Division of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts, USA