16th Annual Trainee Symposia Series to be Held June 11-12
Friday, February 11, 2011
The Sleep Research Society will be sponsoring the 16th Annual Trainee Symposia Series (TSS) on Saturday, June 11 and Sunday 12, 2011 in conjunction with SLEEP 2011 the 25th Anniversary Meeting of the APSS in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Trainee Symposia Series has been divided between two half-day sessions this year in order to accommodate travel. Below is the schedule for the 2011 TSS.
Saturday June 11, 2011
1:00-2:30pm Opening session, keynote address
2:45-3:45pm Scientific Workshop 1
3:50-4:50pm Scientific Workshop 2
5:00-7:00pm Reception, Datablitz, and career fair
Sunday June 12, 2011
8:45-12:00pm Grant writing/career development workshops
8:45-11:30am Additional scientific workshops (sessions 3 & 4)
The purpose of the Trainee Symposia Series is to foster scientific investigation, professional education and career development in sleep research and academic sleep medicine. Trainee Day offers young researchers and scientists an unparalleled opportunity to glean knowledge and experience from established and renowned professionals on current topics in the field of sleep and circadian research.
Immediately following the Trainee Symposia Series scientific program, the SRS will present a Trainee Reception, DataBlitz and Career Development Fair. Here trainees will find representatives from top institutions ready and willing to spend time with them on an individual basis answering questions about training and career options in the field of sleep and circadian research. The reception also gives trainees an opportunity to network with each other and with senior investigators in a more informal atmosphere.
Registration for SLEEP 2011 and the Trainee Symposia Series is now open. Only Trainees who pre-register for the event will be able to attend. Registration for the Trainee Symposia Series closes on April 27, 2011.
Download the full program for the Trainee Symposia Series, including descriptions and faculty