About the AASM Foundation
Founded in 1998, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine Foundation (AASM Foundation) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable and scientific organization that was established by the AASM. Formerly the American Sleep Medicine Foundation (ASMF), the AASM Foundation has invested in the future of sleep medicine by supporting more than 180 awards totaling over $12 million in funding. Our portfolio includes Strategic Research Awards (SRAs), Focused Projects Humanitarian/Educational Awards and Career Development Awards (CDAs).
We rely on the generous support of donors who believe that scientific and clinical research discoveries can have a life-changing impact on health and safety. Please donate to the AASM Foundation today.
The AASM Foundation will be the leading foundation promoting sleep research and education by:
- Supporting the entry of young physicians and scientists into sleep research and academic sleep medicine
- Funding strategic research
- Supporting research and other initiatives that educate the public about sleep, sleep disorders and the individual and public health consequences of inadequate or disturbed sleep
- Providing humanitarian aid to disadvantaged individuals with sleep disorders
The vision of the AASM Foundation is to enhance sleep health for all through research, education and humanitarian aid.
Operating rules of the Foundation last revised April 2018. Read the bylaws.
Board of Directors
Jennifer Martin, PhD
Kelly Carden, MD, MBA
Steve Van Hout
R. Nisha Aurora, MD, MHS
Ronald Chervin, MD, MS
Douglas Kirsch, MD
David Kristo, MD
Raman Malhotra, MD
Eric Olson, MD
Kannan Ramar, MD
Carol L. Rosen, MD
Ilene Rosen, MD, MS
James Rowley, MD
2016 Annual Report
Detailed summary of Foundation activity in 2016.
Sites affiliated with the AASM Foundation.
AASM Foundation Affiliated Sites
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