Dr Nathaniel Marshall

BSc BCom PGDipHealSc Otago PhD Massey
Senior Lecturer in Clinical Trials

M02F - 88 Mallett Street - Building F
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 0829

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Biographical details

Nat Marshall is an epidemiologist and clinical triallist specialising in sleep and sleep disorders, mostly sleep apnea, but he also has interests in insomnia, sleepiness, and sleep duration. He uses a wide variety of epidemiological research methods and designs including randomised controlled trials and population-based cohorts. Employing both objective and subjective measurement methods he and his team are attempting to measure the impact of disease, the effectiveness of a variety of treatments and investigate health system activity related to sleep. Nat tries to provide high-quality evidence-based information of direct and immediate benefit to both practicing clinicians and policy-makers.

Nat has undergraduate degrees in psychology and accounting, a postgraduate diploma in health sciences from the University of Otago and a PhD in public health, focused on clinical trials and related methodology from Massey University in New Zealand. He has over 10 years practical experience in designing, running, analysing, reporting and reviewing both pharmacological and non-pharmacological clinical trials and systematic reviews and meta-analyses of clinical trials in his specialist area of sleep medicine.

He continues to supervise and mentor multiple graduate students in epidemiology and clinical trials methodology in a research-led teaching environment through funding from the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC). He also publishes observational epidemiological studies using a wide variety of research designs, including from the influential Busselton Sleep Apnea cohort. Nat has authored over 50 published articles in the medical literature since 2003 and is a deputy editor of the Journal of Sleep Research.

He joined Sydney Nursing School in January 2012 as Senior Lecturer in Clinical Trials and is the Course Coordinator for the Graduate Certificate Clinical Trials Practice program.

Research interests

  • Clinical trials
  • Sleep apnoea
  • Sleepiness and sleep disorders
  • Epidemiological methods
  • Evidence-based medicine
  • Systematic reviews and meta-analyses

Teaching and supervision

  • Research student supervision of Honours, Master's and PhD in Sleep Medicine, epidemiology and clinical trials
  • Course Coordinator Clinical Trials Practice

Course Coordinator

NURS5066: Foundations of Clinical Trials (S1)

NURS5067: Measurement and Analysis in Clinical Trials (S2)

NURS5068: Clinical Trials in Practice (S2)

NURS5092: Capstone Clinical Trials (S1 & S2)

Current projects

PhD and master's project opportunities

  • The effect of modafinil on daytime sleepiness, neurobehavioural performance and quality of life in obstructive sleep apnea patients
  • Which sleep apnea patients have problems with alertness and attention?

Associations

  • Deputy Editor of the Journal of Sleep Research
  • Member of the Australasian Sleep Association (Research Committee Member), Australian Epidemiology Association, American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Sleep Research Society and the European Sleep Research Society

Journal reviewer
Nat is a regular peer-reviewer for funding agencies (eg NHMRC) and major general and specialist medical journals such the British Medical Journal, Thorax, and SLEEP.

Awards and honours

American Academy of Sleep Medicine Young Investigator Award 2012

Keywords

Sleep disorders; Epidemiology; Evidence-based medicine; Sleep apnoea; Biostatistics

International links

New Zealand

(University of Otago at Wellington) WellSleep Clinical Investigation Centre Drs Alister Neill, Angela Campbell and Jessie Bakker

Sweden

(Karolinska Institute) Import of pediatric snoring with A/Prof Catarina Almqvist Malmros

Sweden

(University of Gothenburg) Research collaboration in the Swedish Obese Subjects Cohort a controlled trial of weight loss surgery

United Kingdom

(Oxford University and Manchester University) Prof Colin Espie & Drs Simon Kyle. Clinical research in insomnia

United Kingdom

(University of Warwick) A/Prof Saverio Stranges- commentary on epidemiological methodology in sleep medicine

Selected grants

2014

  • NeuroSLEEP: the Centre for Translational Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology; Grunstein R, Wilson Rajaratnam S, Naismith S, Eckert D, Lewis S, Glozier N, Cistulli P, Wong K, Marshall N, Robinson P; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Centres of Research Excellence.

2012

  • Impact of Sleep Disturbances and Sleep Medications on Cognitive Function in the Elderly; Bin Y, Glozier N, Marshall N; Illawarra Retirement Trust/Research Support.

2011

  • Modafinil for neurobehavioural dysfunction in sleep apnea patients who cannot use standard device-based treatments.; Marshall N, Grunstein R, Wong K, Yee B; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

2010

  • Randomised crossover trial of Modafinil in mild-moderate obstructive sleep apnea patients; Marshall N; DVC Research/Bridging Support Grant.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Marshall, N., Stranges, S. (2010). Sleep duration: risk factor or risk marker for ill-health? In Francesco P Cappuccio, Michelle A Miller, Steven W Lockley (Eds.), Sleep, Health and Society: from Aetiology to Public Health, (pp. 35-49). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Chang, C., Marshall, N., Yee, B., Grunstein, R. (2010). Weight-loss treatment for OSA: medical and surgical options. In WT McNicholas, MR Bonsignore (Eds.), Sleep Apnoea: European Respiratory Monograph 50 December 2010, (pp. 302-320). Sheffield: European Respiratory Society.

Journals

  • Brew, B., Marks, G., Almqvist, C., Cistulli, P., Webb, K., Marshall, N. (2014). Breastfeeding and snoring: a birth cohort study. PLoS One, 9(1), 121-9. [More Information]
  • Chapman, J., Kempler, L., Chang, C., Williams, S., Sivam, S., Wong, K., Yee, B., Grunstein, R., Marshall, N. (2014). Modafinil improves daytime sleepiness in patients with mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnoea not using standard treatments: a randomised placebo-controlled crossover trial. Thorax. [More Information]
  • Cheung, J., Atternas, K., Melchior, M., Marshall, N., Fois, R., Saini, B. (2014). Primary health care practitioner perspectives on the management of insomnia: a pilot study. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 20(1), 103-112. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Cullen, S., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2014). Sleep apnea and 20-year follow-up for all-cause mortality, stoke, and cancer incidence and mortality in the busselton health study cohort. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 10(4), 355-362. [More Information]
  • D'Rozario, A., Kim, J., Wong, K., Bartlett, D., Marshall, N., Dijk, D., Robinson, P., Grunstein, R. (2013). A new EEG biomarker of neurobehavioural impairment and sleepiness in sleep apnea patients and controls during extended wakefulness. Clinical Neurophysiology, 124(8), 1605-1614. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Stranges, S. (2013). Are sleep difficulties the "canary in the coalmine" for aortic calcification in women? Sleep Medicine, 14(5), 389-390. [More Information]
  • Mackay, S., Jefferson, N., Marshall, N. (2013). Beyond uvulopalatopharyngoplasty for obstructive sleep apnoea: single surgeon case series of contemporary airway reconstruction. The Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 127(12), 1184-1189. [More Information]
  • Miller, C., KYLE, S., Marshall, N., Espie, C. (2013). Ecological momentary assessment of daytime symptoms during sleep restriction therapy for insomnia. Journal of Sleep Research, 22(3), 266-272. [More Information]
  • Bin, Y., Marshall, N., Glozier, N. (2013). Sleeping at the limits: the changing prevalence of short and long sleep durations in 10 Countries. American Journal of Epidemiology, 177(8), 826-833. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Cullen, S., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2013). The Burden of Proof Lies with the Prosecution: Is Snoring Guilty? Sleep, 36(4), 615-615. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Ayer, J., Toelle, B., Phillips, C., Grunstein, R., Celermajer, D., Marks, G. (2012). Parentally Reported Snoring Is Not Enough Information To Justify Treatment. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 48(1), 78-78. [More Information]
  • D'Rozario, A., Wong, K., Dungan, G., Gilholme, J., Marshall, N., Grunstein, R. (2012). Residual sleep-disordered breathing during autotitrating continuous positive airway pressure therapy. European Respiratory Journal, 39(6), 1391-1397. [More Information]
  • Bin, Y., Marshall, N., Glozier, N. (2012). Secular trends in adult sleep duration: A systematic review. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 16(3), 223-230. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Cullen, S., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2012). Snoring Is Not Associated With All-Cause Mortality, Incident Cardiovascular Disease, or Stroke in the Busselton Health Study. Sleep, 35(9), 1235-1240. [More Information]
  • Bin, Y., Marshall, N., Glozier, N. (2012). The burden of insomnia on individual function and healthcare consumption in Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36(5), 462-468. [More Information]
  • Crawford, M., Bartlett, D., Coughlin, S., Phillips, C., Neill, A., Espie, C., Dungan, G., Wilding, J., Calverley, P., Grunstein, R., Marshall, N. (2012). The effect of continuous positive airway pressure usage on sleepiness in obstructive sleep apnoea: real effects or expectation of benefit? Thorax, 67(10), 920-924. [More Information]
  • Dungan, G., Marshall, N., Hoyos, C., Yee, B., Grunstein, R. (2011). A Randomized Crossover Trial of the Effect of a Novel Method of Pressure Control (SensAwake) in Automatic Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy to Treat Sleep Disordered Breathing. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 7(3), 261-267. [More Information]
  • Field, C., Robinson, S., MacKay, S., Harrison, J., Marshall, N. (2011). Clinical Equipoise in Sleep Surgery: Investigating Clinical Trial Targets. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 145(2), 347-353. [More Information]
  • Phillips, C., Yee, B., Marshall, N., Liu, P., Sullivan, D., Grunstein, R. (2011). Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Reduces Postprandial Lipidemia in Obstructive Sleep Apnea. A Randomised, Placebo Controlled Crossover Trial. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 184(3), 355-361. [More Information]
  • Bakker, J., Marshall, N. (2011). Flexible pressure delivery modification of continuous positive airway pressure for obstructive sleep apnea does not improve compliance with therapy: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Chest, 139(6), 1322-1330. [More Information]
  • Wang, D., Marshall, N., Duffin, J., Yee, B., Wong, K., Noori, N., Ng, S., Grunstein, R. (2011). Phenotyping interindividual variability in obstructive sleep apnoea response to temazepam using ventilatory chemoreflexes during wakefulness. Journal of Sleep Research, 20(4), 526-532. [More Information]
  • Bin, Y., Marshall, N., Glozier, N. (2011). Secular changes in sleep duration among Australian adults, 1992-2006. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(11/12), 670-672. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Delling, L., Grunstein, R., Peltonen, M., Sjostrom, C., Karason, K., Carlsson, L., Hedner, J., Stenlof, K., Sjostrom, L. (2011). Self-reported sleep apnoea and mortality in patients from the Swedish Obese Subjects study. European Respiratory Journal, 38(6), 1349-1354. [More Information]
  • Wang, D., Piper, A., Wong, K., Yee, B., Marshall, N., Dijk, D., Grunstein, R. (2011). Slow Wave Sleep in Patients with Respiratory Failure. Sleep Medicine, 12(4), 378-383. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Liu, P., Grunstein, R. (2011). Smoking is not better for you than sleep apnea. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 7(3), 317-317. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Ayer, J., Toelle, B., Harmer, J., Phillips, C., Grunstein, R., Celermajer, D., Marks, G. (2011). Snoring is not associated with adverse effects on blood pressure, arterial structure or function in 8-year-old children: The Childhood Asthma Prevention Study (CAPS). Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 47(8), 518-523. [More Information]
  • Ben-Hamou, M., Marshall, N., Grunstein, R., Saini, B., Fois, R. (2011). Spontaneous adverse event reports associated with zolpidem in Australia 2001-2008. Journal of Sleep Research, 20(4), 559-568. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Buchanan, P. (2011). Z Drug zombies: Parasomnia, drug effect or both? Sleep Medicine Reviews, 15(5), 283-284. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Grunstein, R., Peltonen, M., Stenlof, K., Hedner, J., Sjostrom, L. (2010). Changes in sleep duration and changes in weight in obese patients: The Swedish Obese Subjects Study. Sleep and Biological Rhythm, 8, 63-71. [More Information]
  • Williams, S., Marshall, N., Kennerson, M., Rogers, N., Liu, P., Grunstein, R. (2010). Modafinil Effects during Acute Continuous Positive Airway Withdrawal: A Randomized Crossover Double-Blind Placebo-controlled Trial. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 181(8), 825-831. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., MacKay, S., Gallagher, R., Robinson, S. (2010). Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty funded by the Australian government's Medicare scheme (1995-2007). Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 142(3 Suppl 1), S10-S14. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Phillips, C., Liu, P., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2009). Is sleep apnea an independent risk factor for prevalent and incident diabetes in the Busselton Health Study? The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 5(1), 15-20. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Grunstein, R. (2009). Losing weight in moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnoea. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 339(7734), 1324-1325. [More Information]
  • Wong, K., Marshall, N., Grunstein, R., Dodd, M., Rogers, N. (2008). Comparing the neurocognitive effects of 40 h sustained wakefulness in patients with untreated OSA and healthy controls. Journal of Sleep Research, 17(3), 322-330. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Glozier, N., Grunstein, R. (2008). Is sleep duration related to obesity? A critical review of the epidemiological evidence. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 12(4), 289-298. [More Information]
  • Bartlett, D., Marshall, N., Williams, A., Grunstein, R. (2008). Predictors of primary medical care consultation for sleep disorders. Sleep Medicine, 9(2), 857-864. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Glozier, N., Grunstein, R. (2008). Reply to Taheri and Thomas: Is sleep duration associated with obesity-U cannot be serious. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 12(4). [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Liu, P., Cullen, S., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2008). Sleep Apnea as an Independent Risk Factor for All-Cause Mortality: The Busselton Health Study. Sleep, 31(8), 1079-1085. [More Information]
  • Bartlett, D., Marshall, N., Williams, A., Grunstein, R. (2008). Sleep health New South Wales: chronic sleep restriction and daytime sleepiness. Internal Medicine Journal, 38(1), 24-31. [More Information]
  • Williams, S., Rogers, N., Marshall, N., Leung, S., Starmer, G., Grunstein, R. (2008). The effect of modafinil following acute CPAP withdrawal: a preliminary study. Sleep and Breathing, 12(4), 359-364. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Yee, B., Desai, A., Buchanan, P., Wong, K., Crompton, R., Melehan, K., Zack, N., Rao, S., Gendreau, R., Grunstein, R., et al (2008). Two Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trials to Evaluate the Efficacy and Tolerability of Mirtazapine for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Sleep, 31(6), 824-831. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wilsmore, B., McEvoy, R., Wheatley, J., Dodd, M., Grunstein, R. (2007). Polysomnography in Australia- Trends in Provision. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 3(3), 281-284. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Almqvist, C., Grunstein, R., Marks, G. (2007). Predictors for snoring in children with rhinitis at Age 5. Pediatric Pulmonology, 42(7), 584-591. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Bartlett, D., Matharu, K., Williams, A., Grunstein, R. (2007). Prevalence of treatment choices for snoring and sleep apnea in an Australian population. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 3(7), 695-699. [More Information]
  • Trenell, M., Marshall, N., Rogers, N. (2007). Sleep and metabolic control: waking to a problem? Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, 34(1), 1-9. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Barnes, M., Travier, N., Campbell, A., Pierce, R., McEvoy, R., Neill, A., Gander, P. (2006). Continuous positive airway pressure reduces daytime sleepiness in mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnoea: a meta-analysis. Thorax, 61(5), 430-434. [More Information]
  • Gander, P., Marshall, N., James, I., Le Quesne, L. (2006). Investigating driver fatigue in truck crashes: Trial of a systematic methodology. Transportation Research Part F, 9(1), 65-76.
  • Gander, P., Marshall, N., Bolger, W., Girling, I. (2005). An evaluation of driver training as a fatigue countermeasure. Transportation Research Part F, 8(1), 47-58.
  • Marshall, N., Neill, A., Campbell, A., SAheppard, D. (2005). Randomised controlled crossover trial of humidified continuous positive airway pressure in mild obstructive sleep apnoea. Thorax, 60(5), 427-432. [More Information]
  • Gander, P., Marshall, N., Harris, R., Reid, P. (2005). Sleep, sleepiness and motor vehicle accidents: a national survey. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 29(1), 16-21. [More Information]
  • Gander, P., Marshall, N., Harris, R., Reid, P. (2005). The Epworth Sleepiness Scale: Influence of Age, Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Deprivation. Epworth Sleepiness Scores of Adults in New Zealand. Sleep, 28(2), 249-253. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Bolger, W., Gander, P. (2004). Abnormal sleep duration and motor vehicle crash risk. Journal of Sleep Research, 13(2), 177-178.
  • Marshall, N., Gander, P., Neill, A. (2003). Obstructive sleep apnoea and risk of motor vehicle accident: a perspective. New Zealand Medical Journal, 116(1176), U482.

Conferences

  • Gordon, C., Harrowell, L., Openshaw, H., Marshall, N., Mullins, A., D'Rozario, A., Kim, J., Grunstein, R., Vakulin, A. (2013). Thermoregulatory Responses in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Patients During Simulated Driving Across Extended Wakefulness. Sleep DownUnder 2013, River of Dreams, 25th ASM of Australasian Sleep Association and Australasian Sleep Technologists Association, Tokyo, Japan: The Japanese Society of sleep Research.
  • Bartlett, D., Marshall, N., Williams, A., Grunstein, R. (2006). Predictors of primary medical care consultation for sleep disorders in New South Wales, Australia. 18th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, Austria: European Sleep Research Society.

2014

  • Brew, B., Marks, G., Almqvist, C., Cistulli, P., Webb, K., Marshall, N. (2014). Breastfeeding and snoring: a birth cohort study. PLoS One, 9(1), 121-9. [More Information]
  • Chapman, J., Kempler, L., Chang, C., Williams, S., Sivam, S., Wong, K., Yee, B., Grunstein, R., Marshall, N. (2014). Modafinil improves daytime sleepiness in patients with mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnoea not using standard treatments: a randomised placebo-controlled crossover trial. Thorax. [More Information]
  • Cheung, J., Atternas, K., Melchior, M., Marshall, N., Fois, R., Saini, B. (2014). Primary health care practitioner perspectives on the management of insomnia: a pilot study. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 20(1), 103-112. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Cullen, S., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2014). Sleep apnea and 20-year follow-up for all-cause mortality, stoke, and cancer incidence and mortality in the busselton health study cohort. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 10(4), 355-362. [More Information]

2013

  • D'Rozario, A., Kim, J., Wong, K., Bartlett, D., Marshall, N., Dijk, D., Robinson, P., Grunstein, R. (2013). A new EEG biomarker of neurobehavioural impairment and sleepiness in sleep apnea patients and controls during extended wakefulness. Clinical Neurophysiology, 124(8), 1605-1614. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Stranges, S. (2013). Are sleep difficulties the "canary in the coalmine" for aortic calcification in women? Sleep Medicine, 14(5), 389-390. [More Information]
  • Mackay, S., Jefferson, N., Marshall, N. (2013). Beyond uvulopalatopharyngoplasty for obstructive sleep apnoea: single surgeon case series of contemporary airway reconstruction. The Journal of Laryngology and Otology, 127(12), 1184-1189. [More Information]
  • Miller, C., KYLE, S., Marshall, N., Espie, C. (2013). Ecological momentary assessment of daytime symptoms during sleep restriction therapy for insomnia. Journal of Sleep Research, 22(3), 266-272. [More Information]
  • Bin, Y., Marshall, N., Glozier, N. (2013). Sleeping at the limits: the changing prevalence of short and long sleep durations in 10 Countries. American Journal of Epidemiology, 177(8), 826-833. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Cullen, S., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2013). The Burden of Proof Lies with the Prosecution: Is Snoring Guilty? Sleep, 36(4), 615-615. [More Information]
  • Gordon, C., Harrowell, L., Openshaw, H., Marshall, N., Mullins, A., D'Rozario, A., Kim, J., Grunstein, R., Vakulin, A. (2013). Thermoregulatory Responses in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Patients During Simulated Driving Across Extended Wakefulness. Sleep DownUnder 2013, River of Dreams, 25th ASM of Australasian Sleep Association and Australasian Sleep Technologists Association, Tokyo, Japan: The Japanese Society of sleep Research.

2012

  • Marshall, N., Ayer, J., Toelle, B., Phillips, C., Grunstein, R., Celermajer, D., Marks, G. (2012). Parentally Reported Snoring Is Not Enough Information To Justify Treatment. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 48(1), 78-78. [More Information]
  • D'Rozario, A., Wong, K., Dungan, G., Gilholme, J., Marshall, N., Grunstein, R. (2012). Residual sleep-disordered breathing during autotitrating continuous positive airway pressure therapy. European Respiratory Journal, 39(6), 1391-1397. [More Information]
  • Bin, Y., Marshall, N., Glozier, N. (2012). Secular trends in adult sleep duration: A systematic review. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 16(3), 223-230. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Cullen, S., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2012). Snoring Is Not Associated With All-Cause Mortality, Incident Cardiovascular Disease, or Stroke in the Busselton Health Study. Sleep, 35(9), 1235-1240. [More Information]
  • Bin, Y., Marshall, N., Glozier, N. (2012). The burden of insomnia on individual function and healthcare consumption in Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36(5), 462-468. [More Information]
  • Crawford, M., Bartlett, D., Coughlin, S., Phillips, C., Neill, A., Espie, C., Dungan, G., Wilding, J., Calverley, P., Grunstein, R., Marshall, N. (2012). The effect of continuous positive airway pressure usage on sleepiness in obstructive sleep apnoea: real effects or expectation of benefit? Thorax, 67(10), 920-924. [More Information]

2011

  • Dungan, G., Marshall, N., Hoyos, C., Yee, B., Grunstein, R. (2011). A Randomized Crossover Trial of the Effect of a Novel Method of Pressure Control (SensAwake) in Automatic Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy to Treat Sleep Disordered Breathing. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 7(3), 261-267. [More Information]
  • Field, C., Robinson, S., MacKay, S., Harrison, J., Marshall, N. (2011). Clinical Equipoise in Sleep Surgery: Investigating Clinical Trial Targets. Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 145(2), 347-353. [More Information]
  • Phillips, C., Yee, B., Marshall, N., Liu, P., Sullivan, D., Grunstein, R. (2011). Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Reduces Postprandial Lipidemia in Obstructive Sleep Apnea. A Randomised, Placebo Controlled Crossover Trial. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 184(3), 355-361. [More Information]
  • Bakker, J., Marshall, N. (2011). Flexible pressure delivery modification of continuous positive airway pressure for obstructive sleep apnea does not improve compliance with therapy: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Chest, 139(6), 1322-1330. [More Information]
  • Wang, D., Marshall, N., Duffin, J., Yee, B., Wong, K., Noori, N., Ng, S., Grunstein, R. (2011). Phenotyping interindividual variability in obstructive sleep apnoea response to temazepam using ventilatory chemoreflexes during wakefulness. Journal of Sleep Research, 20(4), 526-532. [More Information]
  • Bin, Y., Marshall, N., Glozier, N. (2011). Secular changes in sleep duration among Australian adults, 1992-2006. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(11/12), 670-672. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Delling, L., Grunstein, R., Peltonen, M., Sjostrom, C., Karason, K., Carlsson, L., Hedner, J., Stenlof, K., Sjostrom, L. (2011). Self-reported sleep apnoea and mortality in patients from the Swedish Obese Subjects study. European Respiratory Journal, 38(6), 1349-1354. [More Information]
  • Wang, D., Piper, A., Wong, K., Yee, B., Marshall, N., Dijk, D., Grunstein, R. (2011). Slow Wave Sleep in Patients with Respiratory Failure. Sleep Medicine, 12(4), 378-383. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Liu, P., Grunstein, R. (2011). Smoking is not better for you than sleep apnea. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 7(3), 317-317. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Ayer, J., Toelle, B., Harmer, J., Phillips, C., Grunstein, R., Celermajer, D., Marks, G. (2011). Snoring is not associated with adverse effects on blood pressure, arterial structure or function in 8-year-old children: The Childhood Asthma Prevention Study (CAPS). Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 47(8), 518-523. [More Information]
  • Ben-Hamou, M., Marshall, N., Grunstein, R., Saini, B., Fois, R. (2011). Spontaneous adverse event reports associated with zolpidem in Australia 2001-2008. Journal of Sleep Research, 20(4), 559-568. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Buchanan, P. (2011). Z Drug zombies: Parasomnia, drug effect or both? Sleep Medicine Reviews, 15(5), 283-284. [More Information]

2010

  • Marshall, N., Grunstein, R., Peltonen, M., Stenlof, K., Hedner, J., Sjostrom, L. (2010). Changes in sleep duration and changes in weight in obese patients: The Swedish Obese Subjects Study. Sleep and Biological Rhythm, 8, 63-71. [More Information]
  • Williams, S., Marshall, N., Kennerson, M., Rogers, N., Liu, P., Grunstein, R. (2010). Modafinil Effects during Acute Continuous Positive Airway Withdrawal: A Randomized Crossover Double-Blind Placebo-controlled Trial. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 181(8), 825-831. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Stranges, S. (2010). Sleep duration: risk factor or risk marker for ill-health? In Francesco P Cappuccio, Michelle A Miller, Steven W Lockley (Eds.), Sleep, Health and Society: from Aetiology to Public Health, (pp. 35-49). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Marshall, N., MacKay, S., Gallagher, R., Robinson, S. (2010). Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty funded by the Australian government's Medicare scheme (1995-2007). Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, 142(3 Suppl 1), S10-S14. [More Information]
  • Chang, C., Marshall, N., Yee, B., Grunstein, R. (2010). Weight-loss treatment for OSA: medical and surgical options. In WT McNicholas, MR Bonsignore (Eds.), Sleep Apnoea: European Respiratory Monograph 50 December 2010, (pp. 302-320). Sheffield: European Respiratory Society.

2009

  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Phillips, C., Liu, P., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2009). Is sleep apnea an independent risk factor for prevalent and incident diabetes in the Busselton Health Study? The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 5(1), 15-20. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Grunstein, R. (2009). Losing weight in moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnoea. BMJ: British Medical Journal, 339(7734), 1324-1325. [More Information]

2008

  • Wong, K., Marshall, N., Grunstein, R., Dodd, M., Rogers, N. (2008). Comparing the neurocognitive effects of 40 h sustained wakefulness in patients with untreated OSA and healthy controls. Journal of Sleep Research, 17(3), 322-330. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Glozier, N., Grunstein, R. (2008). Is sleep duration related to obesity? A critical review of the epidemiological evidence. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 12(4), 289-298. [More Information]
  • Bartlett, D., Marshall, N., Williams, A., Grunstein, R. (2008). Predictors of primary medical care consultation for sleep disorders. Sleep Medicine, 9(2), 857-864. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Glozier, N., Grunstein, R. (2008). Reply to Taheri and Thomas: Is sleep duration associated with obesity-U cannot be serious. Sleep Medicine Reviews, 12(4). [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Wong, K., Liu, P., Cullen, S., Knuiman, M., Grunstein, R. (2008). Sleep Apnea as an Independent Risk Factor for All-Cause Mortality: The Busselton Health Study. Sleep, 31(8), 1079-1085. [More Information]
  • Bartlett, D., Marshall, N., Williams, A., Grunstein, R. (2008). Sleep health New South Wales: chronic sleep restriction and daytime sleepiness. Internal Medicine Journal, 38(1), 24-31. [More Information]
  • Williams, S., Rogers, N., Marshall, N., Leung, S., Starmer, G., Grunstein, R. (2008). The effect of modafinil following acute CPAP withdrawal: a preliminary study. Sleep and Breathing, 12(4), 359-364. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Yee, B., Desai, A., Buchanan, P., Wong, K., Crompton, R., Melehan, K., Zack, N., Rao, S., Gendreau, R., Grunstein, R., et al (2008). Two Randomized Placebo-Controlled Trials to Evaluate the Efficacy and Tolerability of Mirtazapine for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Sleep, 31(6), 824-831. [More Information]

2007

  • Marshall, N., Wilsmore, B., McEvoy, R., Wheatley, J., Dodd, M., Grunstein, R. (2007). Polysomnography in Australia- Trends in Provision. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 3(3), 281-284. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Almqvist, C., Grunstein, R., Marks, G. (2007). Predictors for snoring in children with rhinitis at Age 5. Pediatric Pulmonology, 42(7), 584-591. [More Information]
  • Marshall, N., Bartlett, D., Matharu, K., Williams, A., Grunstein, R. (2007). Prevalence of treatment choices for snoring and sleep apnea in an Australian population. The Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 3(7), 695-699. [More Information]
  • Trenell, M., Marshall, N., Rogers, N. (2007). Sleep and metabolic control: waking to a problem? Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, 34(1), 1-9. [More Information]

2006

  • Marshall, N., Barnes, M., Travier, N., Campbell, A., Pierce, R., McEvoy, R., Neill, A., Gander, P. (2006). Continuous positive airway pressure reduces daytime sleepiness in mild to moderate obstructive sleep apnoea: a meta-analysis. Thorax, 61(5), 430-434. [More Information]
  • Gander, P., Marshall, N., James, I., Le Quesne, L. (2006). Investigating driver fatigue in truck crashes: Trial of a systematic methodology. Transportation Research Part F, 9(1), 65-76.
  • Bartlett, D., Marshall, N., Williams, A., Grunstein, R. (2006). Predictors of primary medical care consultation for sleep disorders in New South Wales, Australia. 18th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society, Austria: European Sleep Research Society.

2005

  • Gander, P., Marshall, N., Bolger, W., Girling, I. (2005). An evaluation of driver training as a fatigue countermeasure. Transportation Research Part F, 8(1), 47-58.
  • Marshall, N., Neill, A., Campbell, A., SAheppard, D. (2005). Randomised controlled crossover trial of humidified continuous positive airway pressure in mild obstructive sleep apnoea. Thorax, 60(5), 427-432. [More Information]
  • Gander, P., Marshall, N., Harris, R., Reid, P. (2005). Sleep, sleepiness and motor vehicle accidents: a national survey. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 29(1), 16-21. [More Information]
  • Gander, P., Marshall, N., Harris, R., Reid, P. (2005). The Epworth Sleepiness Scale: Influence of Age, Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Deprivation. Epworth Sleepiness Scores of Adults in New Zealand. Sleep, 28(2), 249-253. [More Information]

2004

  • Marshall, N., Bolger, W., Gander, P. (2004). Abnormal sleep duration and motor vehicle crash risk. Journal of Sleep Research, 13(2), 177-178.

2003

  • Marshall, N., Gander, P., Neill, A. (2003). Obstructive sleep apnoea and risk of motor vehicle accident: a perspective. New Zealand Medical Journal, 116(1176), U482.

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