Events and Meetings

23
September
Our super post-doc Samantha Corrà to be awarded the Ferruccio Ritossa prize of the Italian Association for Genetics (AGI) for her PhD thesis – good work!

JOINT MEETING AGI – SIMAG 26-28 September 2019 Cortona (Arezzo, Italy) Nuovo Programma disponibile e Abstract Disponibili  

19
September
  • Great Hall of Padova University, Padova, Italy
Michael Young, 2017 Nobel Laureate for Physiology or Medicine, awarded a honorary PhD at the University of Padova

18 September 2019 – Great Hall of Padova University, Michael Young, 2017 Nobel Laureate for Physiology or Medicine, was awarded a honorary PhD degree in Biosciences and gave a fantastic lecture on “GENES CONTROLLING SLEEP AND CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS“ Watch the whole ceremony on https://youtu.be/24i_ofoem38?t=37

25
August
  • Great Hall of Padova University, Padova, Italy
SAVE THE DATE !

18 September 2019 at 11 am – Great Hall of Padova University, Padova, Italy Michael W. Young, 2017 Nobel Laureate for Physiology or Medicine, will give a lecture on “GENES CONTROLLING SLEEP AND CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS“

25
August
  • Savoia Hotel Regency, Bologna
SAVE THE DATE !

20 September 2019, from 12.30 onwards Michael W. Young, Michael Hastings and Paolo Sassone-Corsi will discuss sleep homeostasis and circadian rhythms at the ABCD MEETING in BOLOGNA

10
July
Visiting Professor’s Bill Schwartz third lecture

“Circadian Clocks, Couples and Communities” will be held on July 15 at 12 at the Department of Biology (Aula seminari II – piano sud) – do come along!

8
July
Visiting Professor’s Bill Schwartz second lecture

“The man who had an upside-down circadian clock” will be held on Wed 10 July at 1 pm at the Department of Medicine (Piano 8 Policlinico, Aula A) – please join in!

20
June
Visiting Professor Bill Schwartz is arriving today!
His first lecture "Clocks Interrupted - Circadian Syndromes in Clinical Practice" will be held on Wed 26 June at 1 pm at the Department of Medicine (Piano 8 Policlinico, Aula A) - please join in!
20
June
CICAP Fest 2019: sarà ancora a Padova dal 13 al 15 settembre!

E interverrà anche il Professor Costa sul tema degli orologi circadiani.