Narcolepsy Treatment

Hollywood’s portrayals of narcolepsy are notoriously inaccurate. For one day, the script was different, thanks to Suffering the Silence, AwesomenessTV and Visible. I was so proud to represent narcolepsy in this cool new video! Watch Video: Hello Hollywood! The morning of the Suffering the Silence filming and photo shoot, I arrived at the fancy AwesomenessTV studio in […]

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Interested in raising awareness but not sure how to start? This awesome webinar, “Translating the Patient Story into Action” is the perfect place to start! Hosted by the Society for Participatory Medicine, this webinar features a few different perspectives on raising your voice in the healthcare space. I was honored to be included and really […]

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Hello Audiobook! Today, I’m SO beyond thrilled to release the AUDIOBOOK for Wide Awake and Dreaming: A Memoir of Narcolepsy! Available now on Audible, Amazon and iTunes. Listen to a sample and download here (your first audiobook with Audible is always FREE!). Watch Preview Narrating is an Art Recording the audiobook is something I’ve been […]

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So This is 35…

by julie on September 30, 2018

September was a whirlwind and somewhere in there, I turned 35. So now it’s been 11 years since I was diagnosed with type 1 narcolepsy with cataplexy and five years since I moved to Los Angeles and founded Project Sleep. Where the heck did the first half of my 30s go? A few flashbacks come […]

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Join Me in Sydney! Narcolepsy Australia Event

by julie on September 26, 2018

Join Us In Sydney! I’m so excited to head to Sydney, Australia for the “Insight” Peer Event on October 13, 2018 hosted by Narcolepsy Australia! Only a few spots left, so register today: https://register.narcolepsyaustralia.org.au/. I’m preparing a new presentation for this speaking engagement – with exciting updates since I last visited to keynote the Narcolepsy Australia conference […]

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This past week, I was honored to represent Project Sleep at the 7th International Symposium on Narcolepsy from Sept 9 – 13, 2018 in Beverly, MA. At this meeting, leading narcolepsy researchers and clinicians from around the world came together to discuss developments in the clinical features of narcolepsy, promising treatment advances, and the underlying neurobiology […]

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Last week, I was thrilled to spend the afternoon with Dr. Emmanuel Mignot and Watson (Dr. Mignot’s chihuahua living with narcolepsy with cataplexy). Together, we recorded Project Sleep’s first Facebook Live video at Stanford Medical School. In this “Ask Us Anything” FB Live video, we fielded a wide variety of questions from the future of […]

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Please join Project Sleep in Boston for “Innovations in Narcolepsy Awareness” on Saturday, Sept. 15, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the NonProfit Center (89 South Street, Boston, MA – one block from South Station). This one-day meeting and interactive workshop will empower and educate advocates while also advancing novel approaches to educating the public […]

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Friends! I’m super excited to share that on Tuesday, Sept. 4, at 7 p.m. ET, Project Sleep will host a very special “Ask Us Anything” Facebook Live event, featuring myself along with Emmanuel Mignot, M.D. Ph.D., Director of the Stanford Center for Sleep Sciences and Medicine, and Watson, a chihuahua with narcolepsy. We will answer as many of your […]

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One of my biggest takeaways from the APSS 2018 SLEEP Meeting last month was the great amount of drug development underway for narcolepsy! Below is a list of some of the emerging treatments “abuzz” at #SLEEP2018. These are at various stages in development, and it’s hard to predict how quickly each will advance to (hopefully) gain […]

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