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Charmane Eastman

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InstitutionRush University, Rush Medical College
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    My ORCHID is 0000-0002-4057-1233.
    My Scopus ID is 7102375338.
    My NIH COMMONS name is CEASTMAN.


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    1. Eastman CI, Tomaka VA, Crowley SJ. Sex and ancestry determine the free-running circadian period. J Sleep Res. 2017 Mar 23. PMID: 28332253.
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    2. Eastman CI, Tomaka VA, Crowley SJ. Circadian rhythms of European and African-Americans after a large delay of sleep as in jet lag and night work. Sci Rep. 2016 Nov 07; 6:36716. PMID: 27819313.
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    3. Eastman C. Entraining the free-running circadian clocks of blind people. Lancet. 2015 Oct 31; 386(10005):1713. PMID: 26554081.
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    4. Eastman CI, Suh C, Tomaka VA, Crowley SJ. Circadian rhythm phase shifts and endogenous free-running circadian period differ between African-Americans and European-Americans. Sci Rep. 2015 Feb 11; 5:8381. PMID: 25670162; PMCID: PMC4323653.
    5. Crowley SJ, Eastman CI. Phase advancing human circadian rhythms with morning bright light, afternoon melatonin, and gradually shifted sleep: can we reduce morning bright-light duration? Sleep Med. 2015 Feb; 16(2):288-97. PMID: 25620199; PMCID: PMC4344919.
    6. Smith MR, Eastman CI. Shift work: health, performance and safety problems, traditional countermeasures, and innovative management strategies to reduce circadian misalignment. Nat Sci Sleep. 2012; 4:111-32. PMID: 23620685; PMCID: PMC3630978.
    7. Crowley SJ, Eastman CI. Melatonin in the afternoons of a gradually advancing sleep schedule enhances the circadian rhythm phase advance. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2013 Feb; 225(4):825-37. PMID: 23001190; PMCID: PMC3558560.
    8. Eastman CI, Molina TA, Dziepak ME, Smith MR. Blacks (African Americans) have shorter free-running circadian periods than whites (Caucasian Americans). Chronobiol Int. 2012 Oct; 29(8):1072-7. PMID: 22894720; PMCID: PMC3454515.
    9. Revell VL, Molina TA, Eastman CI. Human phase response curve to intermittent blue light using a commercially available device. J Physiol. 2012 Oct 01; 590(19):4859-68. PMID: 22753544; PMCID: PMC3487041.
    10. Eastman CI. How to get a bigger dose of bright light. Sleep. 2011 May 01; 34(5):559-60. PMID: 21532946; PMCID: PMC3079932.
    11. Burgess HJ, Revell VL, Molina TA, Eastman CI. Human phase response curves to three days of daily melatonin: 0.5 mg versus 3.0 mg. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2010 Jul; 95(7):3325-31. PMID: 20410229; PMCID: PMC2928909.
    12. Smith MR, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. A compromise circadian phase position for permanent night work improves mood, fatigue, and performance. Sleep. 2009 Nov; 32(11):1481-9. PMID: 19928387; PMCID: PMC2768954.
    13. Canton JL, Smith MR, Choi HS, Eastman CI. Phase delaying the human circadian clock with a single light pulse and moderate delay of the sleep/dark episode: no influence of iris color. J Circadian Rhythms. 2009 Jul 17; 7:8. PMID: 19615064; PMCID: PMC2722576.
    14. Smith MR, Burgess HJ, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Racial differences in the human endogenous circadian period. PLoS One. 2009 Jun 30; 4(6):e6014. PMID: 19564915; PMCID: PMC2699031.
    15. Eastman CI, Burgess HJ. How To Travel the World Without Jet lag. Sleep Med Clin. 2009 Jun 01; 4(2):241-255. PMID: 20204161.
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    16. Smith MR, Eastman CI. Phase delaying the human circadian clock with blue-enriched polychromatic light. Chronobiol Int. 2009 May; 26(4):709-25. PMID: 19444751; PMCID: PMC2828683.
    17. Smith MR, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Practical interventions to promote circadian adaptation to permanent night shift work: study 4. J Biol Rhythms. 2009 Apr; 24(2):161-72. PMID: 19346453.
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    18. Smith MR, Eastman CI. Night shift performance is improved by a compromise circadian phase position: study 3. Circadian phase after 7 night shifts with an intervening weekend off. Sleep. 2008 Dec; 31(12):1639-45. PMID: 19090319; PMCID: PMC2603486.
    19. Smith MR, Revell VL, Eastman CI. Phase advancing the human circadian clock with blue-enriched polychromatic light. Sleep Med. 2009 Mar; 10(3):287-94. PMID: 18805055; PMCID: PMC2723863.
    20. Burgess HJ, Eastman CI. Human tau in an ultradian light-dark cycle. J Biol Rhythms. 2008 Aug; 23(4):374-6. PMID: 18663244; PMCID: PMC3622149.
    21. Smith MR, Cullnan EE, Eastman CI. Shaping the light/dark pattern for circadian adaptation to night shift work. Physiol Behav. 2008 Oct 20; 95(3):449-56. PMID: 18675836.
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    22. Burgess HJ, Revell VL, Eastman CI. A three pulse phase response curve to three milligrams of melatonin in humans. J Physiol. 2008 Jan 15; 586(2):639-47. PMID: 18006583; PMCID: PMC2375577.
    23. Lee C, Smith MR, Eastman CI. A compromise phase position for permanent night shift workers: circadian phase after two night shifts with scheduled sleep and light/dark exposure. Chronobiol Int. 2006; 23(4):859-75. PMID: 16887753.
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    24. Burgess HJ, Eastman CI. Short nights reduce light-induced circadian phase delays in humans. Sleep. 2006 Jan; 29(1):25-30. PMID: 16453978; PMCID: PMC3841979.
    25. Burgess HJ, Eastman CI. A late wake time phase delays the human dim light melatonin rhythm. Neurosci Lett. 2006 Mar 13; 395(3):191-5. PMID: 16309837; PMCID: PMC3925652.
    26. Revell VL, Burgess HJ, Gazda CJ, Smith MR, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Advancing human circadian rhythms with afternoon melatonin and morning intermittent bright light. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2006 Jan; 91(1):54-9. PMID: 16263827; PMCID: PMC3841985.
    27. Burgess HJ, Eastman CI. The dim light melatonin onset following fixed and free sleep schedules. J Sleep Res. 2005 Sep; 14(3):229-37. PMID: 16120097; PMCID: PMC3841975.
    28. Revell VL, Kim H, Tseng CY, Crowley SJ, Eastman CI. Circadian phase determined from melatonin profiles is reproducible after 1 wk in subjects who sleep later on weekends. J Pineal Res. 2005 Sep; 39(2):195-200. PMID: 16098098.
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    29. Revell VL, Eastman CI. How to trick mother nature into letting you fly around or stay up all night. J Biol Rhythms. 2005 Aug; 20(4):353-65. PMID: 16077154; PMCID: PMC3841977.
    30. Burgess HJ, Eastman CI. Short nights attenuate light-induced circadian phase advances in humans. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2005 Aug; 90(8):4437-40. PMID: 15886231; PMCID: PMC3841978.
    31. Smith MR, Lee C, Crowley SJ, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Morning melatonin has limited benefit as a soporific for daytime sleep after night work. Chronobiol Int. 2005; 22(5):873-88. PMID: 16298773.
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    32. Eastman CI, Gazda CJ, Burgess HJ, Crowley SJ, Fogg LF. Advancing circadian rhythms before eastward flight: a strategy to prevent or reduce jet lag. Sleep. 2005 Jan; 28(1):33-44. PMID: 15700719; PMCID: PMC1249488.
    33. Crowley SJ, Lee C, Tseng CY, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Complete or partial circadian re-entrainment improves performance, alertness, and mood during night-shift work. Sleep. 2004 Sep 15; 27(6):1077-87. PMID: 15532201.
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    34. Burgess HJ, Fogg LF, Young MA, Eastman CI. Bright light therapy for winter depression--is phase advancing beneficial? Chronobiol Int. 2004 Jul; 21(4-5):759-75. PMID: 15470966.
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    35. Burgess HJ, Eastman CI. Early versus late bedtimes phase shift the human dim light melatonin rhythm despite a fixed morning lights on time. Neurosci Lett. 2004 Feb 12; 356(2):115-8. PMID: 14746877; PMCID: PMC3925648.
    36. Crowley SJ, Lee C, Tseng CY, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Combinations of bright light, scheduled dark, sunglasses, and melatonin to facilitate circadian entrainment to night shift work. J Biol Rhythms. 2003 Dec; 18(6):513-23. PMID: 14667152.
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    37. Burgess HJ, Crowley SJ, Gazda CJ, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Preflight adjustment to eastward travel: 3 days of advancing sleep with and without morning bright light. J Biol Rhythms. 2003 Aug; 18(4):318-28. PMID: 12932084; PMCID: PMC1262683.
    38. Baehr EK, Eastman CI, Revelle W, Olson SH, Wolfe LF, Zee PC. Circadian phase-shifting effects of nocturnal exercise in older compared with young adults. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2003 Jun; 284(6):R1542-50. PMID: 12573982.
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    39. Hébert M, Martin SK, Lee C, Eastman CI. The effects of prior light history on the suppression of melatonin by light in humans. J Pineal Res. 2002 Nov; 33(4):198-203. PMID: 12390501; PMCID: PMC3925650.
    40. Burgess HJ, Sharkey KM, Eastman CI. Bright light, dark and melatonin can promote circadian adaptation in night shift workers. Sleep Med Rev. 2002 Oct; 6(5):407-20. PMID: 12531129.
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    41. Martin SK, Eastman CI. Sleep logs of young adults with self-selected sleep times predict the dim light melatonin onset. Chronobiol Int. 2002 Jul; 19(4):695-707. PMID: 12182497.
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    42. Sharkey KM, Eastman CI. Melatonin phase shifts human circadian rhythms in a placebo-controlled simulated night-work study. Am J Physiol Regul Integr Comp Physiol. 2002 Feb; 282(2):R454-63. PMID: 11792655; PMCID: PMC3696986.
    43. Sharkey KM, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Effects of melatonin administration on daytime sleep after simulated night shift work. J Sleep Res. 2001 Sep; 10(3):181-92. PMID: 11696071; PMCID: PMC3679650.
    44. Eastman CI, Martin SK, Hebert M. Failure of extraocular light to facilitate circadian rhythm reentrainment in humans. Chronobiol Int. 2000 Nov; 17(6):807-26. PMID: 11128297.
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    45. Baehr EK, Revelle W, Eastman CI. Individual differences in the phase and amplitude of the human circadian temperature rhythm: with an emphasis on morningness-eveningness. J Sleep Res. 2000 Jun; 9(2):117-27. PMID: 10849238.
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    46. Baehr EK, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Intermittent bright light and exercise to entrain human circadian rhythms to night work. Am J Physiol. 1999 Dec; 277(6 Pt 2):R1598-604. PMID: 10600904.
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    47. Hébert M, Martin SK, Eastman CI. Nocturnal melatonin secretion is not suppressed by light exposure behind the knee in humans. Neurosci Lett. 1999 Oct 22; 274(2):127-30. PMID: 10553954.
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    48. Eastman CI, Martin SK. How to use light and dark to produce circadian adaptation to night shift work. Ann Med. 1999 Apr; 31(2):87-98. PMID: 10344580.
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    49. Eastman CI, Young MA, Fogg LF, Liu L, Meaden PM. Bright light treatment of winter depression: a placebo-controlled trial. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1998 Oct; 55(10):883-9. PMID: 9783558.
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    50. Martin SK, Eastman CI. Medium-intensity light produces circadian rhythm adaptation to simulated night-shift work. Sleep. 1998 Mar 15; 21(2):154-65. PMID: 9542799.
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    51. Young MA, Meaden PM, Fogg LF, Cherin EA, Eastman CI. Which environmental variables are related to the onset of seasonal affective disorder? J Abnorm Psychol. 1997 Nov; 106(4):554-62. PMID: 9358686.
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    52. Mitchell PJ, Hoese EK, Liu L, Fogg LF, Eastman CI. Conflicting bright light exposure during night shifts impedes circadian adaptation. J Biol Rhythms. 1997 Feb; 12(1):5-15. PMID: 9104686.
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    53. Eastman CI, Hoese EK, Youngstedt SD, Liu L. Phase-shifting human circadian rhythms with exercise during the night shift. Physiol Behav. 1995 Dec; 58(6):1287-91. PMID: 8623034.
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    54. Eastman CI, Liu L, Fogg LF. Circadian rhythm adaptation to simulated night shift work: effect of nocturnal bright-light duration. Sleep. 1995 Jul; 18(6):399-407. PMID: 7481410.
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    55. Campbell SS, Eastman CI, Terman M, Lewy AJ, Boulos Z, Dijk DJ. Light treatment for sleep disorders: consensus report. I. Chronology of seminal studies in humans. J Biol Rhythms. 1995 Jun; 10(2):105-9. PMID: 7632984.
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    56. Dijk DJ, Boulos Z, Eastman CI, Lewy AJ, Campbell SS, Terman M. Light treatment for sleep disorders: consensus report. II. Basic properties of circadian physiology and sleep regulation. J Biol Rhythms. 1995 Jun; 10(2):113-25. PMID: 7632985.
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    57. Campbell SS, Dijk DJ, Boulos Z, Eastman CI, Lewy AJ, Terman M. Light treatment for sleep disorders: consensus report. III. Alerting and activating effects. J Biol Rhythms. 1995 Jun; 10(2):129-32. PMID: 7632986.
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    58. Terman M, Lewy AJ, Dijk DJ, Boulos Z, Eastman CI, Campbell SS. Light treatment for sleep disorders: consensus report. IV. Sleep phase and duration disturbances. J Biol Rhythms. 1995 Jun; 10(2):135-47. PMID: 7632987.
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    59. Campbell SS, Terman M, Lewy AJ, Dijk DJ, Eastman CI, Boulos Z. Light treatment for sleep disorders: consensus report. V. Age-related disturbances. J Biol Rhythms. 1995 Jun; 10(2):151-4. PMID: 7632988.
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    60. Eastman CI, Boulos Z, Terman M, Campbell SS, Dijk DJ, Lewy AJ. Light treatment for sleep disorders: consensus report. VI. Shift work. J Biol Rhythms. 1995 Jun; 10(2):157-64. PMID: 7632989.
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    61. Boulos Z, Campbell SS, Lewy AJ, Terman M, Dijk DJ, Eastman CI. Light treatment for sleep disorders: consensus report. VII. Jet lag. J Biol Rhythms. 1995 Jun; 10(2):167-76. PMID: 7632990.
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    62. Stewart KT, Hayes BC, Eastman CI. Light treatment for NASA shiftworkers. Chronobiol Int. 1995 Apr; 12(2):141-51. PMID: 8653800.
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    63. Eastman CI, Stewart KT, Mahoney MP, Liu L, Fogg LF. Dark goggles and bright light improve circadian rhythm adaptation to night-shift work. Sleep. 1994 Sep; 17(6):535-43. PMID: 7809567.
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    64. Eastman CI, Stewart KT, Weed MR. Evening alcohol consumption alters the circadian rhythm of body temperature. Chronobiol Int. 1994 Apr; 11(2):141-2. PMID: 7741832.
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    65. Eastman CI, Gallo LC, Lahmeyer HW, Fogg LF. The circadian rhythm of temperature during light treatment for winter depression. Biol Psychiatry. 1993 Aug 15; 34(4):210-20. PMID: 8399817.
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    66. Gallo LC, Eastman CI. Circadian rhythms during gradually delaying and advancing sleep and light schedules. Physiol Behav. 1993 Jan; 53(1):119-26. PMID: 8434051.
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    67. Eastman CI, Lahmeyer HW, Watell LG, Good GD, Young MA. A placebo-controlled trial of light treatment for winter depression. J Affect Disord. 1992 Dec; 26(4):211-21. PMID: 1479133.
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    68. Eastman CI. High-intensity light for circadian adaptation to a 12-h shift of the sleep schedule. Am J Physiol. 1992 Aug; 263(2 Pt 2):R428-36. PMID: 1510182.
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    69. Cartwright RD, Kravitz HM, Eastman CI, Wood E. REM latency and the recovery from depression: getting over divorce. Am J Psychiatry. 1991 Nov; 148(11):1530-5. PMID: 1928468.
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    70. Young MA, Watel LG, Lahmeyer HW, Eastman CI. The temporal onset of individual symptoms in winter depression: differentiating underlying mechanisms. J Affect Disord. 1991 Aug; 22(4):191-7. PMID: 1939928.
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    71. Eastman CI. Squashing versus nudging circadian rhythms with artificial bright light: solutions for shift work? Perspect Biol Med. 1991; 34(2):181-95. PMID: 2023795.
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    72. Eastman CI, Miescke KJ. Entrainment of circadian rhythms with 26-h bright light and sleep-wake schedules. Am J Physiol. 1990 Dec; 259(6 Pt 2):R1189-97. PMID: 2260729.
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    73. Eastman CI. Natural summer and winter sunlight exposure patterns in seasonal affective disorder. Physiol Behav. 1990 Nov; 48(5):611-6. PMID: 2082359.
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    74. Rosa RR, Bonnet MH, Bootzin RR, Eastman CI, Monk T, Penn PE, Tepas DI, Walsh JK. Intervention factors for promoting adjustment to nightwork and shiftwork. Occup Med. 1990 Apr-Jun; 5(2):391-415. PMID: 2203163.
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    75. Eastman CI. What the placebo literature can tell us about light therapy for SAD. Psychopharmacol Bull. 1990; 26(4):495-504. PMID: 2087542.
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    76. Eastman CI. The circadian rhythm of temperature in humans during a 26-hr sleep-wake schedule. Physiol Behav. 1987; 40(1):17-23. PMID: 3615651.
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    77. Eastman CI, Mistlberger RE, Rechtschaffen A. Suprachiasmatic nuclei lesions eliminate circadian temperature and sleep rhythms in the rat. Physiol Behav. 1984 Mar; 32(3):357-68. PMID: 6463124.
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    78. Eastman C, Rechtschaffen A. Circadian temperature and wake rhythms of rats exposed to prolonged continuous illumination. Physiol Behav. 1983 Oct; 31(4):417-27. PMID: 6657763.
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    79. Eastman CI, Rechtschaffen A. Effect of thyroxine on sleep in the rat. Sleep. 1979; 2(2):215-32. PMID: 232566.
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