Amandine Valomon, PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher


Dynamic and conscientious scientist, educated in France and with 10 years of professional experience in Switzerland and the US.
Expertise in human clinical research with a specialty in neurosciences, genetics of sleep and circadian rhythms, sleep disorders and consciousness.

Research Interests: parasomnia disorders, sleep, circadian rhythms, consciousness.

Selected Publications

Valomon A., Riedner B., Jones S.G., Nakamura K., Tononi G., Plante D.T., Benca R.M , Boly M. A high-density electroencephalography study reveals abnormal sleep homeostasis in patients with rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder. Scientific Reports 2021

Valomon A., Holst S.C., Borrello A., Weigend S., Müller T., Berger W., Sommerauer M., Baumann C.R. and Landolt H.-P. Effects of COMT genotype and tolcapone on lapses of sustained attention after sleep deprivation in healthy young men. Neuropsychopharmacology 2018

Valomon A., Holst S.C., Bachmann V., Viola A.U., Schmidt C., Zürcher J., Berger W., Cajochen C. and Landolt H.-P. Genetic polymorphisms of DAT1 and COMT differentially associate with actigraphy-derived sleep-wake cycles in young adults. Chronobiol Int 2014

McGlincy N.J., Valomon A., Chesham J.E., Maywood E.S., Hastings M.H and Ule J. Regulation of alternative splicing by the circadian clock and food related cues. Genome Biol 2012