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The Sleep Research Society

In 1961, a small group of researchers founded what eventually became the Sleep Research Society (SRS). Since then, membership has grown to all levels and disciplines in sleep and circadian science across the globe.

A Message from the Board

The SRS condemns racially motivated hatred and violence

We are saddened and outraged at the tragic murder of eight innocent individuals in Atlanta, Georgia last week, and we remain disturbed by the continuing acts of racialized hatred and violence in our country.  These events are sobering reminders of the significant challenges our country faces to achieve racial equity and justice, and minimize marginalization, so that we may enjoy and share the benefits of a diverse society.  It is up to each of us, [...]

Member Benefits

Journal SLEEP

The official publication of the Sleep Research Society, SLEEP is the leading peer-reviewed journal in sleep and circadian science.

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Journal SLEEP Advances

A Gold Open Access journal publishing original research articles, commentaries, and review papers in sleep and circadian science across the basic, translational, and clinical research spectrum.

Funding Opportunities

Staying funded is key to the success of any researcher. Discover US and International funding opportunities, as well as award opportunities with the Sleep Research Society Foundation.

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Sleep Research Society Members Worldwide
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Original research articles published in the Sleep Research Society’s Journal SLEEP

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Latest Career Opportunities

Postdoctoral Fellowship
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Postbaccalaureate fellow
Bethesda, Maryland
Research Associate
Los Angeles, CA
Circadian Consultant
Anywhere, United States

Laboratory Directory

Seek out training positions or collaborate with other researchers by searching for sleep and circadian research laboratories.

Laboratory DIRECTORY
SRS laboratory science research