Orfeu Buxton

Professor of Biobehavioral Health

Orfeu Buxton

Research Summary

The causes of chronic sleep deficiency in the workplace, home, and society; the health consequences of chronic sleep deficiency, especially cardiometabolic outcomes, and the physiologic and social mechanisms by which these outcomes arise. Successful aging is a central focus of this work. Ongoing interdisciplinary human studies involve sleep loss, aging, and insomnia, as well as health disparities.

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Sleep Health Hypertension Brain Health Promotion Adolescent Young Adult Obesity Workplace Cardiovascular Diseases Actigraphy Population Research Sleep Initiation And Maintenance Disorders Exercise Group Glucose Hydrocortisone Insulin Resistance Medicine Longitudinal Studies C Reactive Protein Circadian Clocks Cross Sectional Study Education

Most Recent Papers

Do procrastinators get worse sleep? Cross-sectional study of US adolescents and young adults

Xiaoyu Li, Orfeu M. Buxton, Yongjoo Kim, Sebastien Haneuse, Ichiro Kawachi, 2020, SSM - Population Health

Chronotype Genetic Variant in PER2 is Associated with Intrinsic Circadian Period in Humans

Anne Marie Chang, Jeanne F. Duffy, Orfeu M. Buxton, Jacqueline M. Lane, Daniel Aeschbach, Clare Anderson, Andrew C. Bjonnes, Sean W. Cain, Daniel A. Cohen, Timothy M. Frayling, Joshua J. Gooley, Samuel E. Jones, Elizabeth B. Klerman, Steven W. Lockley, Mirjam Munch, Shantha M.W. Rajaratnam, Melanie Rueger, Martin K. Rutter, Nayantara Santhi, Karine Scheuermaier, Eliza Van Reen, Michael N. Weedon, Charles A. Czeisler, Frank A.J.L. Scheer, Richa Saxena, 2019, Scientific reports

Rapid suppression of bone formation marker in response to sleep restriction and circadian disruption in men

C. M. Swanson, W. M. Kohrt, P. Wolfe, K. P. Wright, S. A. Shea, S. W. Cain, M. Munch, N. Vujović, C. A. Czeisler, E. S. Orwoll, O. M. Buxton, 2019, Osteoporosis International on p. 2485-2493

Bidirectional, Daily Temporal Associations between Sleep and Physical Activity in Adolescents

Lindsay Master, Russell T. Nye, Soomi Lee, Nicole G. Nahmod, Sara Mariani, Lauren Hale, Orfeu M. Buxton, 2019, Scientific reports

Tonight's Sleep Predicts Tomorrow's Fatigue

Nicole Depasquale, Tori Crain, Orfeu M. Buxton, Steven H. Zarit, David M. Almeida, Rachel Pruchno, 2019, Gerontologist on p. 1065-1077

A longitudinal study of sleep-wake patterns during early infancy using proposed scoring guidelines for actigraphy

Elizabeth L. Adams, Lindsay Master, Orfeu M. Buxton, Jennifer S. Savage, 2019, Sleep Medicine on p. 98-105

Employee Sleep and Workplace Health Promotion

Rebecca Robbins, Chandra L. Jackson, Phoenix Underwood, Dorice Vieira, Giradin Jean-Louis, Orfeu M. Buxton, 2019, American Journal of Health Promotion on p. 1009-1019

Sleep myths

Rebecca Robbins, Michael A. Grandner, Orfeu M. Buxton, Lauren Hale, Daniel J. Buysse, Kristen L. Knutson, Sanjay R. Patel, Wendy M. Troxel, Shawn D. Youngstedt, Charles A. Czeisler, Girardin Jean-Louis, 2019, Sleep health on p. 409-417

What's not fair about work keeps me up

Soomi Lee, Jacqueline Ann Mogle, Chandra L. Jackson, Orfeu M. Buxton, 2019, Social Science Research on p. 23-31

Social network analysis of group position, popularity, and sleep behaviors among U.S. adolescents

Xiaoyu Li, Ichiro Kawachi, Orfeu M. Buxton, Sebastien Haneuse, Jukka Pekka Onnela, 2019, Social Science and Medicine on p. 417-426

Most-Cited Papers

Short and long sleep are positively associated with obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and cardiovascular disease among adults in the United States

Orfeu M. Buxton, Enrico Marcelli, 2010, Social Science and Medicine on p. 1027-1036

Sleep restriction for 1 week reduces insulin sensitivity in healthy men

Orfeu M. Buxton, Milena Pavlova, Emily W. Reid, Wei Wang, Donald C. Simonson, Gail K. Adler, 2010, Diabetes on p. 2126-2133

Joint consensus statement of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Sleep Research Society on the recommended amount of sleep for a healthy adult

Nathaniel F. Watson, M. Safwan Badr, Gregory Belenky, Donald L. Bliwise, Orfeu M. Buxton, Daniel Buysse, David F. Dinges, James Gangwisch, Michael A. Grandner, Clete Kushida, Raman K. Malhotra, Jennifer L. Martin, Sanjay R. Patel, Stuart F. Quan, Esra Tasali, Michael Twery, Janet B. Croft, Elise Maher, Jerome A. Barrett, Sherene M. Thomas, Jonathan L. Heald, 2015, Sleep on p. 1161-1183

Impact of acute sleep restriction on cortisol and leptin levels in young women

Antonina Omisade, Orfeu M. Buxton, Benjamin Rusak, 2010, Physiology and Behavior on p. 651-656

Endogenous circadian system and circadian misalignment impact glucose tolerance via separate mechanisms in humans

Christopher J. Morris, Jessica N. Yang, Joanna I. Garcia, Samantha Myers, Isadora Bozzi, Wei Wang, Orfeu M. Buxton, Steven A. Shea, Frank A.J.L. Scheer, 2015, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America on p. E2225-E2234

Spontaneous brain rhythms predict sleep stability in the face of noise

Thien Thanh Dang-Vu, Scott M. McKinney, Orfeu M. Buxton, Jo M. Solet, Jeffrey M. Ellenbogen, 2010, Current Biology

Managers' Practices Related to Work-Family Balance Predict Employee Cardiovascular Risk and Sleep Duration in Extended Care Settings

Lisa F. Berkman, Orfeu Buxton, Karen Ertel, Cassandra Okechukwu, 2010, Journal of occupational health psychology on p. 316-329

Extreme sleep durations and increased C-reactive protein

Michael A. Grandner, Orfeu M. Buxton, Nicholas Jackson, Megan Sands-Lincoln, Abhishek Pandey, Girardin Jean-Louis, 2013, Sleep on p. 769-779

Work-family conflict, family-supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSB), and sleep outcomes

Tori L. Crain, Leslie B. Hammer, Todd Bodner, Ellen Ernst Kossek, Phyllis Moen, Richard Lilienthal, Orfeu M. Buxton, 2014, Journal of occupational health psychology on p. 155-167

Increased rostral anterior cingulate cortex volume in chronic primary insomnia

John W. Winkelman, David T. Plante, Laura Schoerning, Kathleen Benson, Orfeu M. Buxton, Shawn P. O'Connor, J. Eric Jensen, Perry F. Renshaw, Atilla Gonenc, 2013, Sleep on p. 991-998

News Articles Featuring Orfeu Buxton

Sleepy and Hungry? Short Sleep May Contribute to Weight Gain

Not getting enough sleep, or getting low-quality sleep, leaves most people feeling poorly the next day. It’s common knowledge that a good night’s sleep is important for maintaining mental focus, peak athletic performance, and emotional resilience. But the effects of sleep, or the lack thereof, reach beyond cognition.

Just four nights of bad sleep can make you gain weight, study claims

Just four nights of poor sleep can make you put on weight, a new study has revealed. Sleep disruption has been known to be have harmful effects on metabolism for some time.

Here’s What Getting Less Than 7 Hours of Sleep a Night Can Do to You

We’re not getting enough sleep — and that’s having a significant impact on our day-to-day and long-term health.

Sleep deprivation may lead to slower metabolism, weight gain

Restricting sleep for just several days alters how we metabolize fats and changes how satisfied we are by a meal, according to new research conducted at Penn State and published in the Journal of Lipid Research.

Sleep Loss Could Affect How Your Body Handles Fat

In a new study, researchers found that just a few days of sleep deprivation can make people feel less full after eating and metabolize the fat in food differently. This finding adds to the mounting evidence about just how harmful lack of sleep can be.