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Symposium Overview

This online symposium will explore the neuroscience underpinning the daily rhythms of the brain. Specifically, the event will focus on the neurobiology of circadian rhythms, our 24-hour sleep/wake cycle.

Leading researchers will discuss their work investigating the neural circuitry that wakes us up in the morning and puts us to sleep at night. A cycle that is fundamental to health, well-being and survival. The science discussed at this online symposium will explore circadian rhythms from molecules to behaviour. Whether you are a morning lark or a night owl, you will want to attend this symposium.

Attend this Online Symposium to:
  • Learn about the latest findings in circadian rhythm research
  • Understand how cutting-edge technologies are being used to explore circadian rhythms in the brain
  • Discuss this research and more with scientists from across the world
Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Michael Hastings FRS
Dr. Michael Hastings FRS
Head of the Neurobiology Division
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK

Prof. Russell Foster
Prof. Russell Foster BSc PhD FRS
Head of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute
University of Oxford, UK

Prof. Johanna Meijer
Prof. Johanna Meijer
Department of Neurophysiology
University of Leiden, The Netherlands

Dr. Carrie Partch
Dr. Carrie Partch
Associate Professor, Chemistry Department
University of California Santa Cruz, US

Dr. Jennifer Evans
Dr. Jennifer Evans
Associate Professor, Biomedical Sciences
Marquette University, US

Early Career Speakers:
  • Dr. Claudia Coomans, University of Leiden, NL
  • Dr. Marco Brancaccio, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK
  • Dr. Aarti Jagannath, Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute, Oxford, UK