Martin Moore-Ede – Lighting for Health and Wellbeing Conference 2018 – USA
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July 18 2018 | Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, Newport Beach, California | USA

Martin Moore-Ede

MD, PhD, CEO, Circadian Light

For over 30 years, Dr. Moore-Ede has been a leading expert on human circadian clocks and their disruption by exposure to light at night in workplaces that operate 24/7. As a professor at Harvard Medical School (1975 – 1998), he led the team that located the suprachiasmatic nucleus, the circadian clock in the human brain, that controls the timing of sleep and wake, and he has published 10 books and over 150 scientific articles on circadian physiology and how the human body can safely adapt to working around the clock. Dr. Moore-Ede’s discovery of the key spectrum that provides 3000-4000K, CRI >80 white light, while eliminating over 90% of the bio-active blue wavelengths which create circadian disruption, has enabled the development of CIRCADIAN® Light fixtures which remove the risks of light at night. CIRCADIAN® Light products provide the energy-saving and technology advantages of LED lighting without the considerable downside risks of dosing large populations of people with harmful blue wavelengths at night. CIRCADIAN® Light was founded in 2011 to develop innovative LED lighting products that provide physiologically optimized light spectra across day and night based on comprehensive medical research and a proprietary IP portfolio. CIRCADIAN Light is a member of the international “CIRCADIAN®” group of companies, founded in 1983, which provides products and services for optimizing 24/7 workforce productivity, health and safety to over half of
the Fortune 500 and many international companies Dr. Moore-Ede graduated with a First Class Honors degree in Physiology from the University of London, and received
his medical degrees from Guy’s Hospital Medical School, and his Ph.D. in Physiology from Harvard University.

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