Dr. Deanna M. Arble

Dr. Deanna Arble began researching circadian rhythms as an undergraduate student at the University of Virginia. She went on to obtain her PhD from Northwestern University where her dissertation work was the first to demonstrate that eating during the rest period lead to exaggerated weight gain in mice. She then completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Michigan examining the role of the brain in body weight and glucose regulation. Dr. Arble is currently an Assistant Professor at Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI) studying research topics related to neuroscience, sleep, circadian rhythms, obesity, and diabetes.

Dr. Arble’s current Curriculum Vitae