XVI EUROPEAN BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS SOCIETY CONGRESS

August 25th to 29th, 2019

(Program in progress)

 

CONFIRMED PLENARY SPEAKERS & CHAIRPERSONS

  • Prof. Eve Van Cauter, Department of Medicine, University of Chicago, USA
  • Prof. Charles Andrew Czeisler, Division of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
  • Prof. John Hogenesch, UC Department of Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, USA
  • Prof. Achim Kramer, Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
  • Prof. Rob Lucas, Division of Neuroscience & Experimental Psychology, The University of Manchester, England
  • Prof. Noga Kronfeld-Schor, Department of Zoology, Tel Aviv University, Israel
  • Prof. Till Roenneberg, Institute of Medical Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilian University (LMU), Munich, Germany
  • Prof. Shanthakumar Rajaratnam, Monash University, Australia
  • Prof. Frank Scheer, Division of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
  • Prof. Amita Sehgal, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, USA
  • Prof. Takashi Yoshimura, Department of Applied Molecular Biosciences, Nagoya University, Japan
  • Prof. Yoshitaka Fukada, Department of Biological Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan

SYMPOSIUM TOPICS

  • The clock and public health
  • Circadian and non-visual effects of light
  • Clocks, Disease, and the Immune System
  • Circadian rhythms: a key factor in mental health
  • Circadian mechanisms controlling learning, memory and cognition
  • Clocks in the real world: from bedside to big data
  • Chrononutrition and chronomolecules: from circadian mechanisms to circadian therapies
  • Biomarkers and their application to chronomedicine
  • Molecular mechanisms
  • Metabolism : do clocks control everything ?
  • Staying in tune: novel connections from environment to clocks
  • Omics and machine learning: AI-driven approaches to understanding circadian function
  • Clocks across life: circadian mechanisms during development and ageing
  • Clock networks in the brain
  • The ‘heart’ of the clock
  • Molecules and Circuits Controlling REM and NREM cycles (Joint symposium sponsored by the Japanese Chronobiological Society)
  • ESRS Symposium: Clocks, sleep, and health (joint symposium sponsored by the European Sleep Research Society)

10:00
15:30

Trainee Day (Program in Progress)

Cost : free to registred trainees, but separate registration here is mandatory to help us plan rooms and lunch

Organized by the Young Researchers Committee of the EBRS.

More information here.

13:00
16:30

Registration delegates

16:45
17:00

Opening congress

17:00
18:00

Plenary lecture

18:00
20:00

Welcome reception (drinks and snacks will be served)

Program in progress

08:30
09:20

Public lecture

13:00
14:00

Lunch break & Poster session

19:00
20:30

Poster session

Program in progress

08:30
09:20

Public lecture

13:00
14:00

Lunch break & Poster session

19:00
20:30

Poster session

Program in progress

08:30
09:20

Public lecture

13:00
14:00

Lunch break & Poster session

19:00
20:30

Poster session

20:00
23:00

Congress Dinner

Program in progress

08:30
09:20

Public lecture

13:00
14:00

Lunch break & Poster session

19:00
20:30

Poster session

17:30
18:30

Awards and Closing Remarks