Many of you have attended one or more Sleep Research Society-sponsored training events, and are familiar with the high quality of these programs. The SRS is now forming a committee of trainees to help plan the Trainee Symposia Series and other trainee-related activities at SLEEP 2012, the 26th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies (APSS) in Boston. This is a unique opportunity to become more actively involved in the SRS and your field!
The planning and organization of the SRS trainee-related activities are overseen by the SRS's Trainee Education Advisory Committee (TEAC), and its Chair, Philip Gehrman, PhD, with significant input and involvement of this committee of trainees. We are looking for trainees to volunteer to be part of the planning process. Preference will be given trainee members of the SRS that have attended at least one SRS Trainee Symposia Series. We also require that members of the committee attend the SLEEP 2012 meeting and assist the SRS staff during the Trainee Symposia Series program. We hope to assemble a committee of trainees with diverse research interests from broad geographic areas that represent the trainees within the society.
If you have any questions, or if you are interested in participating on this committee, please contact Allison Brager, Trainee Member-at-Large, via e-mail at .
email@example.com by August 3, 2011
Please include the following information in your e-mail:
Degree seeking or obtained:
SRS Section which you associate yourself with (Circadian Rhythms, Basic
Sleep, Sleep Disorders or Sleep and Behavior):
Brief description of research interests:
Number of times you have attended the SRS trainee symposia series (include the years attended i.e. 2010, 2011, etc):
Have you volunteered for this or any other SRS committee previously?
Do you plan to attend the 2012 SLEEP meeting?