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Join the Sleep Research Society for Advances in Sleep and Circadian Science being held online from February 19-22, 2021. This single-track conference will include sessions which contain extensive cutting-edge research discussions that bridges sleep and circadian science. This event will provide abundant networking opportunities from trainees to established research. This is an event you won’t want to miss!

Date and Location

  • February 19-22, 2021

Registration
Registration opens in September.

Meeting Overview
More Than Glue: The Emerging Role of Glia in Sleep and Circadian Systems
Marcos Frank, PhD | Marco Brancaccio, PhD | Lauren Hablitz, PhD

Sleep for the Cure: Sleep, Cancer, and Circadian Clocks
Steve Kay, PhD | David Raizen, MD, PhD | Carla Finkielstein, PhD

Sleeping Around the Clock, Together or Apart
Guy Bloch, PhD | Wendy Troxel, PhD | Brant Hasler, PhD

Plenary Sessions: The Future of Transdisciplinary Sleep and Circadian Science
Amita Seghal, PhD

Light Integration: Protons, Phase Shifts and Sleep
Tiffany Schmidt, PhD | Michael Do, PhD | Michael Gorman, PhD

Is it Time to be Awake? Sleep and Circadian Control of Alertness
Emery Brown, MD, PhD | Elda Arrigoni, PhD | Hans Van Dongen, PhD

Sleep and Rhythms from Conception to Tots
Monique LeBourgeois, PhD | Miranda Lim, MD, PhD | Sarah England, PhD

Plenary Sessions: The Future of Transdisciplinary Sleep and Circadian Science
Derk-Jan Dijk, PhD | Sigrid Veasey, PhD

Sleep and Clock – Immunity Boosters
Julie Williams, PhD | Mark Zielinski, PhD | Christoph Scheiermann, PhD

Time to Sleep, Replenish, and Re-energize
Gero Miesenböck, MD | Lior Appelbaum, PhD | Markus Schmidt, PhD