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SLEEP 2017 opportunities for trainees have been designed to foster scientific investigation; professional education, career development and networking in sleep and circadian research and academic sleep medicine. The Trainee Symposia Series and awards are open to SRS Trainee Members, along with the Leadership Workshop and SMMP. The Trainee Development Suite is open to all trainees, but registration is required. Trainees are also encouraged to join the SRS Trainee Facebook page to learn about informal social gatherings during the meeting.
The Trainee Symposia Series includes seminars on the science of sleep and circadian rhythms, career development, grant writing, a leadership workshop, mentorship opportunities, breakfast and luncheon expert sessions, as well as social activities for trainees to foster a collegial atmosphere.
SRS Trainee Opportunities Alternate Registration Form
You must register for SLEEP 2017 prior to registering for any SRS Trainee Opportunities This form is only for mailed in registration. DO NOT COMPLETE this form if you registered for Trainee Day online.
Trainee Merit Award
Trainee Merit Awards have been determined for 2017 with applicants notified March 20, 2017. If you applied and did not receive notification, please contact SRS Coordinator, Barb Hoeft.
Leadership Development Workshop
On Saturday, June 3rd, 2017, a Leadership Development Workshop will be held for a select group of trainees seeking guidance in leadership skills development. The half-day workshop will include speakers, interactive panels, and small group discussions. Attendees have been notified. If you applied and did not receive notification, please contact SRS Coordinator, Barb Hoeft.
2017 SLEEP Meeting Mentor Program (SMMP) Award
The Sleep Meeting Mentor Program offers a unique opportunity to interact with a faculty mentor in sleep and circadian research at the SLEEP 2017 meeting. This program was developed to facilitate networking and career development opportunities (e.g., CV review, grant development ideas, etc.) for trainees who show strong potential for a career in sleep and circadian research, but need additional mentorship not available at their home institution. If selected, the matching of mentees and mentors will be done based on mentor availability. No guarantees are made that the mentee trainee will be matched with one of their named ideal mentors. Please note, while it is our hope that the trainee/faculty connection will continue past the meeting, the goal of this program is to provide brief mentorship during SLEEP 2017. Pairs have been notified. If you applied and did not receive notification, please contact SRS Coordinator, Barb Hoeft.
Trainee Development Suite
Registration for the Trainee Development Suite will be available to all trainees during registration for SLEEP 2017.
New Trainee Opportunity at SLEEP 2017 – Trainee International/Domestic Match Program
The Sleep Research Society (Trainee Education Advisory - TEAC) has an extraordinary networking opportunity for YOU at the SRS Trainee Series. SRS Trainees are invited to participate in a Trainee Match, a networking opportunity in which international and domestic trainees will be matched up based on their research interests. Trainee Pairs will then be encouraged to meet informally throughout the meeting to talk research and more! Please complete this 5-minutes survey developed by the TEAC International Trainee Liaison to support the activities during the SLEEP 2017 in Boston, MA, and register for the Trainee International/Domestic Match Program. See you there!
International Trainee Link: https://goo.gl/forms/0samLAqKrD8tt8xg1
Domestic Trainee Link: https://goo.gl/forms/OfN1w5H1v8RHvyee2
Trainee Social Opportunities are made known through the SRS Trainee Facebook Page, a private group. Register at https://www.facebook.com/groups/srstrainees/.