Professor Paul Gringras leads one of the few UK paediatric specialist sleep clinics with a holistic approach that addresses behavioural, genetic and neurological causes of sleep disorder, in addition to commoner sleep related breathing problems. The Children’s Sleep Medicine Department integrates fully with the adult sleep service as part of the ‘lifespan sleep disorders’ group. Over five thousand children pass through the department each year.
Professor Gringras has published widely in peer reviewed journals, and books. He lectures internationally and serves on the International Paediatric Sleep Association and British Paediatric Sleep Association executive committee.
Role within CASTLE:
Paul is working with Luci and Harriet on the sleep intervention and learning parts of CASTLE and also with Deb and Catrin on the main clinical trial.
Neurodisability; Autism; Sleep
- MBCHB; MRCPCH; MSc; Pediatric Sleep Fellowship Chicago
Sleep and Neurodisability
- Paediatric Sleep Medicine