Alana Campbell, Ph.D.
ASD Researchers at UNC
Research Assistant Professor/Department of Psychiatry
Dr. Alana Campbell is a research assistant professor in the UNC School of Medicines Department of Psychiatry. She received a PhD in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience from Colorado State University. Dr. Campbell joined co-PIs Linda Watson, EdD, and Clare Harrop, PhD, on a study titled Applying EEG and Behavioral Methods to Understand Sleep Issues in Infants At-Risk for Autism.
This study applies electrophysiological, physiology, behavioral and parent report methods to understand emerging sleep issues in infants at-risk for autism. Focusing on sleep disturbances in young children at risk for ASD, their work will attempt to characterize sleep patterns in infants at risk for ASD, using video somnography and actigraphy.