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2019 Chronobiology Training School

09.11.2019 – 17.11.2019

Since the early 1990’s, a summer school has been held almost every year in Europe. The tradition continues! This year, we are holding the school in Munich. Are you a student or a trainee in the field of chronobiology or in a related area? If yes, then you may be eligible to attend this program.

See here for a list of topics covered. See here for a list of the teachers. See here for a link to the entire program .

Dates: From 17:00 Saturday, 9 November 2019 to 18:00 Saturday, 16 November 2019.
Note that a single day, international chronobiology symposium is scheduled to take place in Munich on 18 November. See here for more information on this event.


Location: Pettenkofferstrasse 12-14, 80336 Munich Germany (a 10 minute walk from either the Hauptbahnhof (main train station) or Sendlinger Tor public transportation stations). See here for a map of the neighbourhood.

 

Fees:
The registration fee is 290€. This covers catering during the sessions (The teachers are covering their own costs (travel and accommodations). You are responsible for your own travel and accommodations. Once you are accepted to the program, you will be sent a link where you will be asked to pay the registration fee.

 

Registration:
Closing date for application: 07. September 2019
Your application will be considered on a rotating basis. Thus, you can expect to hear if you are accepted to the school within 2 weeks of application. Application materials include your name, academic status, professional address and an abstract of what you are studying and will present at the summer school. Please note that each student must come with a poster. We understand that the work that you present will – almost by definition – be preliminary. Use the experience as an exercise in presentation (form, content: what do the people need to know?).

 

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