The Neuroscience of Body Clocks [Virtual Event]: The genes, cells and circuits of sleep/wake cycles
This virtual event will explore the neuroscience underpinning the daily rhythms of the brain. Specifically, the event will focus on the neurobiology of circadian rhythms, our 24-hour sleep/wake cycle.
Leading researchers will discuss their work investigating the neural circuitry that wakes us up in the morning and puts us to sleep at night. A cycle that is fundamental to health, well-being and survival. The science discussed at this virtual event will explore circadian rhythms from molecules to behaviour. Whether you are a morning lark or a night owl, you will want to attend this event.
Attend this Virtual Event to:
- Learn about the latest findings in circadian rhythm research
- Understand how cutting-edge technologies are being used to explore circadian rhythms in the brain
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