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Help transform professional development at SRBR

The Mentorship and Professional Development committee are working on a series of new initiatives for 2021 that we hope will be able to engage our members at all career stages. Stay tuned for some innovative community-based training events that will occur virtually over the next year! If you are interested in helping out with any type […]

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Passing of Michael Menaker

It is with great sadness that I report the passing of my Ph.D. mentor and close friend, Michael Menaker, on Sunday February 14, 2021. “Mike” or “Menaker” as he was known to us, needs no introduction to the circadian community. Mike was a giant in the field and one of the pioneers in the physiological analysis and […]

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Introducing the Emmett Chappelle Award

The Trainee and Young Faculty Diversity Enhancement (TYDE) fellowships, first established for the 2018 SRBR meeting, have been renamed the Emmett Chappelle awards. Like the TYDE fellowships, the Emmett Chappelle awards aim to promote attendance and participation of underrepresented minorities (URM) at the SRBR meeting. Awardees will be provided with professional development tools and networking […]

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Diversity in Chronobiology

The Society for Research on Biological Rhythms (SRBR) is motivated to raise public awareness of women and under-represented groups in the Chronobiology research community. In order to facilitate this “Diversity in Chronobiology”, we will host a public self-nominated informal list of scientists who identify as an under-represented or marginalized group in academia, including women, LGBTQIA+ […]

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