Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Summer Schools
oxford Chronobiology and sleep medicine summer school September 2017
Please note: we are still accepting APPLICATIONS for SLeep medicine workshop
We are pleased to announce that we will be running a further school in Oxford in 2017 from 3rd – 8th September 2017. We are now accepting applications, please see below for more information.
Hosted by the SCNi at the University of Oxford, the five day School will consist of a series of shared lectures and seminars as well as separate, subject-specific workshops. The aim of the summer school curriculum is to give attendees an understanding of their subject area, from fundamental research to applied science.
The Summer School is targeted at PhD/DPhil/MD students and other early career researchers. Keep an eye on this page for updates!
You can see our draft timetable for 2017 here
Registration fee: £300
This will cover the costs of lunches and socials but unfortunately cannot cover accommodation costs. A comprehensive list of accommodation in Oxford will be circulated to all attendees.
A small number of travel bursaries will be available. Please highlight in your covering letter if you would like to be considered for this and your reasons for requesting bursary assistance.
How to apply:
To apply for a place please submit the following to firstname.lastname@example.org:
1. Covering letter, including confirmation that if offered a place you will be able to attend. Please indicate whether you would like to attend the sleep medicine or the chronobiology workshops.
2. A research abstract of your current work. This should be no more than 1 page of A4 in Arial font, size 11 (approx. 300 words), to include 1 table or figure if applicable. If accepted this will form the basis of your poster presentation at the School.
3. A short CV including research interests.
The closing date for applications is: 28th April
The decisions will be announced by TBC
Online registration will be open from TBC
Please direct all enquiries to email@example.com
St Antony's College, Woodstock Road, Oxford
Professors Russell Foster, Colin Espie, Martha Merrow and Till Roenneberg