SRBR Circadian Medicine Course

SRBR Circadian Medicine Course 

Saturday, May 18, 2024

Course Fees:

  • Course Only – $250 (20% off for health providers practicing in Puerto Rico)
  • Course added to full registration: $50
    (Prices include the cost of CEs for physicians and nurses. Credits will be secured upon completion of an evaluation of the course, as required by Amedco.

Target audience: Physicians, nurses, pharmacists
Goal: To train medical professionals on the importance of circadian rhythms and clocks for their clinical practice.



Course learning Goals: to inform medical professionals about the importance of circadian rhythms for their clinical practice 

Horacio de la Iglesia (8:00am- 8:30am)

Welcome and introduction

Introduction to circadian rhythms (with clinical/translational focus)


Elizabeth Klerman (8:30am- 9:00am)

Interactions of sleep and circadian rhythms for health

Implications for translating basic science to clinical practice


Philip Cheng (9:00am- 9:30am)

Circadian influences on etiology of disease

Benjamin Smarr (9:30am- 10:00am)

Time-based diagnostics


Break (10:00 am- 10:15am)


Daniel Forger (10:15am- 10:45am)

Wearable devices


Ron Anafi, Marc Ruben (10:45am- 11:15am)

Data from hospitals


Lauren Fowler, John Hogenesch (11:15am- 11:45am)


Sabra Abbott (11:45am- 12:15pm)

Circadian rhythm sleep disorders

Lunch Break (12:15pm- 1:15pm)


Michael Grandner (1:15pm- 1:45pm)

Circadian-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Sleep Disorders


David Smith, Rochelle Witt (1:45pm- 2:15pm)

The circadian medicine clinic


Sara Montagnese (2:15pm- 2:45pm)

Circadian-healthy hospital beds and post-visit practices

Break (2:45pm- 3:00pm)

John Hogenesch (3:00pm- 3:30pm)

Implementing circadian-based practices


Charles Czeisler (3:30pm- 4:00pm)

Conceptual frameworks for circadian medicine


Francis Lévi (4:00pm- 4:45pm)

Keynote address: Circadian Cancer Medicine