Media Coverage of CTR Fellow's Sleep Work with Elite Athletes

Cheri Mah

Cheri Mah is currently a TL1 fellow in CTSI's Clinical and Translational Research Fellowship Program (CTRFP) for predoctoral students.

Several media outlets aired TV, radio, and print stories featuring the CTRFP REST study in cyclists (see FOX below) as part of stories on Mah's applied work with the San Jose Sharks or Golden State Warriors.

1. FOX Channel 2 KTVU story on sleep, the Sharks and the Warriors highlighted the CTRFP REST study in cyclists and footage of the UCSF Human Performance Center. Watch here

2. Public Radio International and WNYC Radio in conjunction with NY Times aired an interview on sleep and the Sharks with Mike Potenza (strength & conditioning coach) and Mah on "The Takeaway" a national morning radio show that reaches 2 million listeners across 280 stations nationwide. 

7 minute interview here

3. ESPN - "As the Bruins, Canucks and Sharks learned when they embraced sleep science, more Z's can lead to more W's

4. Huffington Post - "What We Can Learn About Sleep From Pro Athletes"

5. New York Times - "N.H.L. Teams Dream of a Title After a Good Night’s Sleep"

Related Interview w/ Cheri Mah via UC Health