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Published on Apr 3, 2014
Michael Rosbash, director of the Brandeis National Center for Behavioral Genomics, has spent more than three decades studying circadian rhythms, the built-in biological clock that governs functions such as sleep and wakefulness, metabolism and hormone levels, in organisms as simple as fruit flies and as complex as humans.