Career & Education
This page is intended to share information regarding online and in-person courses related to sleep at universities and colleges across the globe. Please help keep it up to date by sending information to the SRS Coordinator at [email protected].
The training and mentorship of early investigators, and encouraging collaboration among sleep scientists is of crucial importance to the Sleep Research Society. To that end, the SRS has created the SRS Laboratory Directory to facilitate the exchange of information among individuals who are interested in obtaining training in sleep research and the laboratories who have such opportunities.
Looking for the next step in advancing your career? Explore new opportunities by browsing the Oxford University Press Job Board for openings in sleep and circadian research. Job postings may include positions beyond early careers, searchable by keyword and/or location.
Basics of Sleep Learning Modules
The Sleep Research Society’s Basics of Sleep lecture series provides clinicians, scientists, and students with the fundamental principles and findings that form the core knowledge of the sleep field.