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Dr Mario Miguel

Assistant Professor

Department: Psychology

I am an Assistant Professor in Sleep Science at Northumbria University. My research interests include Neurobiology of Sleep, Circadian Rhythms, Mental Health and Machine Learning. I have a BSc in Physiotherapy, a MSc and a PhD in Human Physiology.

Mario Miguel

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  • Blue light exposure-dependent improvement in robustness of circadian rest-activity rhythm in aged rats, da Silva, E., Santana, N., de Melo Seixas, N., Bezerra, L., Silva, M., Santos, S., Cavalcante, J., Leocadio-Miguel, M., Engelberth, R. 4 Oct 2023, In: PLoS One
  • Cardiometabolic risk factors and social jetlag in university professors, Galeno, D., Peixoto, H., Carneiro, B., Leocadio-Miguel, M. 30 Jun 2023, In: Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research
  • Predicting depressive symptoms in middle-aged and elderly adults using sleep data and clinical health markers: a machine learning approach, Basilio Silva Gomez, S., von Schantz, M., Miguel, M. 1 Feb 2023, In: Sleep Medicine
  • Psychophysiological responses to group cognitive-behavioral therapy in depressive patients, Varela, Y., de Almeida, R., Galvão, A., de Sousa Jr, G., de Lima, A., da Silva, N., Leocadio-Miguel, M., Lobão-Soares, B., Hallak, J., Maia-de-Oliveira, J., Galvão-Coelho, N. 1 Jan 2023, In: Current Psychology
  • Changes in the rest-activity rhythm in migraine patients are associated with anxiety symptoms, David, M., Mattos, M., Souto, J., Brito, S., Leite, E., Valença, E., Galdino, G., Sampaio, P., Moura, D., Miguel, M., Araújo, J., Franco, C., Matos, R. 24 Oct 2022, In: Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry
  • Practice recommendations for the role of physiotherapy in the management of sleep disorders: the 2022 Brazilian Sleep Association Guidelines, Frange, C., Franco, A., Brasil, E., Hirata, R., Lino, J., Mortari, D., Ykeda, D., Leocádio-Miguel, M., D'Aurea, C., Silva, L., Telles, S., Furlan, S., Peruchi, B., Leite, C., Yagihara, F., Campos, L., Ulhôa, M., Cruz, M., Beidacki, R., Santos, R., de Queiroz, S., Barreto, S., Piccin, V., Coelho, F., Studart, L., Assis, M., Drager, L. 2022, In: Sleep Science
  • The daily rhythms of working memory and their methodological constraints: a critical overview, Monteiro, F., Rodrigues, P., Nascimento, C., Simões, F., Miguel, M. 3 Jul 2022, In: Biological Rhythm Research
  • Actigraphy, Miguel, M., Araujo, J. 10 Dec 2021, Sleep Medicine and Physical Therapy, Switzerland, Springer
  • Compared Heritability of Chronotype Instruments in a Single Population Sample, Leocadio-Miguel, M., Ruiz, F., Ahmed, S., Taporoski, T., Horimoto, A., Beijamini, F., Pedrazzoli, M., Knutson, K., Pereira, A., von Schantz, M. 1 Oct 2021, In: Journal of Biological Rhythms
  • Evening preference correlates with regional brain volumes in the anterior occipital lobe, Evans, S., Leocadio-Miguel, M., Taporoski, T., Gomez, L., Horimoto, A., Alkan, E., Beijamini, F., Pedrazzoli, M., Knutson, K., Krieger, J., Vallada, H., Sterr, A., Pereira, A., Negrão, A., von Schantz, M. 3 Aug 2021, In: Chronobiology International

  • Physiology PhD December 18 2012
  • Physiology MSc December 20 2006
  • Physiotherapy BSc December 16 2002

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