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We’re all sensitive to light at night, but some are much, much more sensitive than others

  Humans evolved in an environment with only very bright (sun) or very dim (moon or fire) sources of light. Today, artificial lighting enables us to spend hours per day at intermediate light levels. Our recent study shows that the response of the circadian system (the ‘body clock’) to light across this intermediate range is […]

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Sponsorship opportunities available for the SRBR 2020 meeting!

Become an SRBR sponsor at the upcoming 2020 biennial SRBR meeting on May 30 – June 2 in Florida! There are different levels of sponsorship, which provide at least one complimentary registrations for the meeting, and will provide a great opportunity to exhibit at the SRBR 2020! Even at the lowest sponsorship level, the company […]

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Apply now for the 2020 Trainee and Young Faculty Diversity Enhancement Fellowships

Are you a trainee or junior investigator interested in biological rhythms? Do you identify as an underrepresented minority (URM)? If you answered yes to both questions, the TYDE fellowships are for you! The Trainee and Young Faculty Diversity Enhancement (TYDE) fellowships aim to stimulate underrepresented minorities (URM) attendance to the SRBR meeting. Our goal is […]

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