We are excited to announce that for a fifth year, we will be holding the annual Johns Hopkins Sleep and Circadian Research Day. This event provides a venue for new investigators and trainees to present their research, highlights sleep and circadian research being conducted at Johns Hopkins and neighboring institutions, and facilitates interdisciplinary interactions and collaborations.
This year’s event will be held Monday, June 24, 2019, in the Tilghman Auditorium and Turner Concourse (Miller Research Building, Johns Hopkins Hospital). Please note the change in venue from previous years!
Our keynote speaker is Dr. Jack Edinger, who will speak about “CBTI and hypnotics: Treatment combinations, treatment sequencing, and hypnotic fading strategies.” To learn more about Dr. Edinger’s research interests, please click here.
Please submit your abstract by April 12, 2019 and pre-register by June 10, 2019!
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