Hoffmann's research focuses on the interaction between sleep wake cycles impact on reproductive health, development and mental health. Overarching themes in Hoffmann's writings include infertility, development and pregnancy. Hoffmann is a strong advocate for women's health and works on improving management of women in labor.
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Shows novel genes in the brain that are required to allow the body to keep track of time. Tells when these genes are absent, this causes severe female infertility in mice.
Identifies the molecular clock genes CRY2 and CLOCK as potential novel blood biomarkers that can predict women at increased risk for preterm birth in mid pregnancy.