3rd Annual University of Colorado
Sleep and Circadian Summer School
July 11-15, 2022
Supported by NIH/NHLBI T32 “Transdisciplinary Training in Sleep and Circadian Rhythms” College of Arts and Sciences and the Vice Chancellor for Research, and the Department of Integrative Physiology at the University of Colorado Boulder
Organizing committee: Dana Withrow, Helen Strnad, Dr. Rebecca Cox, Dr. Lamya’a Dawud, Prof. Kenneth P. Wright Jr
The 3rd Annual Colorado Sleep and Circadian Summer School will be hybrid. Approximately 50 trainees will be selected to attend the summer school in person and have access to the full program. Some educational offerings will also be made available virtual.
The 3rd Annual Colorado Sleep and Circadian Summer School is free (i.e., there is no registration fee). Trainees and/or their mentors are responsible for travel to and from Boulder as well as hotel and food.The educational program will include morning lectures, afternoon workshops, networking sessions, and early evening professional development sessions.
The educational program will include morning lectures, afternoon workshops, networking sessions, and early evening professional development sessions.
The educational program is provided by Colorado faculty and visiting faculty.
In Person Visiting Professors and Plenary Lectures
Assist. Prof. Filipa Rijo-Ferreira, PhD - University of California, Berkeley
Assoc Prof. Philip Cheng, PhD - Henry Ford Health
Prof Craig Heller, PhD - Stanford University
Virtual Visiting Professors and Plenary Lectures
Prof Satchin Panda, PhD - Salk Institute
Including educational and professional development sessions provided by some of the faculty from the Colorado T32 program
Extended Deadline - Application due June 30, 2022 by Midnight MDT - submit to firstname.lastname@example.org