Mark your calendars! The third annual Johns Hopkins Sleep and Circadian Research Day will be held Monday, June 26, 2017.
This event aims to provide a venue for new investigators and trainees to present their research, highlight sleep and circadian research being conducted at Johns Hopkins and neighboring institutions, and facilitate interdisciplinary interactions and collaborations.
This year’s keynote speaker is Dr. James Krueger from Washington State University. The Krueger lab studies the biochemical regulation of sleep, the impact of infectious diseases on sleep, and sleep-like states generated by small neural networks. For more information about Dr. Krueger’s research, please click here.
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