M.H. Martica H Hall, PhD

Professor of Psychiatry, Psychology, and Clinical and Translational Science

Contact Details

3811 O'Hara St.

Education & Training

University of Pittsburgh, Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Science Biological and Health Psychology
University of PittsburghSleep Medicine

Professional Affiliations

Fellow, Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research
Member, American Psychosomatic Society
Member, Sleep Research Society

Selected Honors & Awards

Neil Miller Award, Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research

Research Interests

Mechanisms of sleep health; Psychosocial determinants of sleep; Impact of race and ethnicity and sex on sleep
Selected Research Publications & Products
  1. Hall M, Mulukutla S, Kline CD, Samuelsson LB, Taylor BJ, Thayer JF, Krafty RT, Frank E, Kupfer DJ: Objective sleep duration is prospectively associated with endothelial health. Sleep, 40(1):zsw003, 2017.
  2. Taylor BJ, Matthews KA, Hasler BP, Roecklein KA, Kline CE, Buysse DJ, Kravitz HM, Tiani AG, Harlow SD, Hall M. Bedtime variability and metabolic health in midlife women: The SWAN Sleep Study. Sleep, 39(2):457-65, 2016.
  3. Hall M, Casement MD, Troxel WM, Matthews KA, Bromberger J, Kravitz HM, Krafty RT, Buysse DJ: Chronic stress is prospectively associated with sleep in midlife women: The SWAN sleep study. Sleep, 38(10):1645-54, 2015.
  4. Hall M, Matthews K, Kravitz H, Gold E, Buysse DJ, Bromberger J, Owens J, Sowers MF. Race and financial strain are independent correlates of sleep in mid-life women: The SWAN Sleep Study. Sleep, 32(1):73-82, 2009.
  5. Hall M, Vasko R, Buysse DJ, Ombao H, Chen Q, Cashmere JD, Kupfer DJ, Thayer JF. Acute stress affects heart rate variability during sleep. Psychosomatic Medicine, 66:56-62, 2004.

Education Interests

Mentoring undergraduate and graduate students; Mentoring postodoctoral fellows