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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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Webinar: ‘What the human eye tells the human circadian clock’ on October 21st

After the success of the first webinar (with over 200 registrants!), the SLTBR is proud to advertise the next webinar ‘What the human eye tells the human circadian clock’, by University Research Lecturer dr. Manuel Spitschan (University of Oxford). This webinar will be moderated by Renske Lok (Postdoctoral researcher, Stanford University). This event will take […]

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