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Sleep and Circadian Research Day

Mark your calendars for the 3rd Annual Johns Hopkins University Sleep and Circadian Research Day to be held on Monday, June 26, 2017 in the Chevy Chase Auditorium of the Sheikh Zayed Building at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.

This event will highlight sleep and circadian science research at Johns Hopkins and local neighboring institutions by:

  • Providing a venue for new and early career investigators and trainees to present research
  • Stimulating, facilitating and fostering interdisciplinary interactions and collaborations across schools, departments and centers at Johns Hopkins and local institutions

Our schedule will include the following:

  • Our Featured Speaker will be James Krueger from Washington State University.
  • Short oral presentations by trainees
  • Poster presentations
  • Awards for the best oral and poster presentations by trainees
  • Lunch and an awards reception

The event is free of charge. We invite all interested trainees and investigators to submit sleep-related abstracts for presentation at this event. New and previously presented abstracts (e.g. SLEEP, ATS, FASEB, Neuroscience, etc.) are welcome.

Abstract submission deadline: March 31, 2017

Details on abstract submission, the full program for the day, and registering for the program will be forthcoming.  Please visit

The Sleep and Circadian Research Day Steering Committee:

  • Mark Wu, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Luis Buenaver, Ph.D.
  • Sharon Kozachik, Ph.D., R.N., F.A.A.N.
  • Susheel Patil, M.D., Ph.D.
  • Michelle Bridi, Ph.D.
  • Adam Spira, Ph.D.
  • Valerie Paasch, Ph.D.
  • David Neubauer, M.D.

Kelsey Bennett

1 thought on “Sleep and Circadian Research Day”

  1. I am interested in attending the 6/26/2017 sleep meeting. Do I need to register?
    I am a dentist and am in the process of submitting a paper on my private practice experience of 14 years and over 2500 patients with dental devices for OSA. I could present a poster of this paper at the meeting if there is an interest.

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