Position title: Associate researcher
Amanda Rasmuson oversees the data collection and processing of accelerometry measures and assists in the implementation of ancillary studies.
Rasmuson’s main areas of research interest include health consequences of sleep disorders, developing new treatments for sleep apnea, child health and behavioral, physiological and social influences on sleep.
Prior to her work with the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin, Rasmuson served as laboratory manager for the Wisconsin Sleep Cohort Study, an ongoing longitudinal study of the causes, consequences and natural history of sleep disorders.
MS, communication disorders