It is our great pleasure to invite you to attend the XVI Congress of the European Biological Rhythms Society (EBRS), from 25–29 August 2019, in Lyon, France.
This year’s congress will bring together the top chronobiologists and sleep experts from around the world. They will tell us all about their most recent findings and best scientific stories, and what to expect in the future, in chronobiology and chronomedicine. The topics will cover molecular biology, non-visual photobiology, chrononutrition, chronomolecules, metabolism, imaging, mathematical modelling, big data, machine learning, shift work, cancer… And more!
The meeting will also be a unique opportunity to share your ideas, benefit from exchanges and discussions with colleagues, and disseminate your own results on a worldwide stage. Trainees and early-career researchers will be offered a five-star Trainee Day with the best researchers in the field!
Where is this happening? In beautiful Lyon, France’s second city, an energetic metropolis and an ancient capital with a superb old town.
We look forward to seeing you in beautiful Lyon in August 2019!
The EBRS aims to promote chronobiology and chronomedicine. Its scientific goal is to study the circadian/seasonal organizations and mechanisms in a vertical approach that integrates molecular, cellular, system-physiological, behavioral and medical aspects. The EBRS was established in Frankfurt am Main on September 4, 2005 as successor to the European Pineal and Biological Rhythms Society and the European Pineal Study group founded in Amsterdam in 1978.
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