Daniel Jin Blum is a Research Assistant Professor of Psychology at NYU Shanghai. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was on the Adjunct Clinical Faculty at Stanford University and trained as a research psychologist at UC Berkeley. His research interests focus on the intersections of sleep, circadian rhythms, and metabolic health.
Blum, DJ & Zeitzer, JM (2020). Other sleep-wake phase disorders. In E. H. During, & C. A. Kushida (Eds.), American Psychiatric Association Publishing Pocket Guide to Sleep Disorders. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association
Harvey, AG, Hein, K., Dolson, M., Dong, L., Rabe-Hesketh, S., Gumport, NB, Kanady, J, Wyatt, JT, Hinshaw, SP, Silk, JS, Smith, RL, Thompson, MA, Zannone, N, & Blum, DJ (2018). Modifying the impact of eveningness chronotype in adolescence: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 57(10), 742-754
Blum, DJ & Tsiang, E. (2016). Sleep wise: How to feel better, work smarter, and build resilience. Berkeley, CA: Parallax Press
PhD, Clinical Psychology California School of Professional Psychology