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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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Join the first Carbon-Reduced Chronobiology Conference on November 18

Mark your calendars! Our friends at the European Biological Rhythms Society (EBRS) are organizing the very first carbon-reduced (CARE) chronobiology conference on November 18, 2019. The theme of the conference is ‘The circadian clock and its pervasive impact on metabolism – from behavior to mechanism’ and will feature the latest research on chronobiology presented by […]

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Out now: the October issue of the Journal of Biological Rhythms

A new issue of SRBR’s flagship journal has been published. As always, it’s a great collection of original research articles and other publications that showcases the incredible diversity of the field of biological rhythms. You can now read about the molecules, cells, and neural networks involved in circadian vision in zebrafish, find out how the […]

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Congratulations to the SRBR 2020 Logo Competition Winner

Congratulations to Maria Luisa Jabbur from Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN) for winning the SRBR 2020 Logo Competition! The logo is inspired by a model from a classic paper by Eric Peterson that was published in the Journal of Theoretical Biology in 1980, which is often used to teach students about the concept of limit cycles […]

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The latest from the SRBR Executive Committee

What do they talk about on those calls?! The SRBR Executive Committee teleconferences on the fourth Friday of each month. We discuss and vote on issues related to the Society, the journal, and the biannual meeting. We coordinate with the 6 major SRBR Committees to promote new efforts including the recent Position Paper on Daylight […]

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