Events and Meetings

3
March
“Owls or larks? What circadian clocks are and how they work”

Our book is out! Fresh off the press, already available on https://www.farsiunidea.it/isbn/9788815286710 and on Amazon, in bookstores from March 13 We hope it is clear and pleasant to read…but you tell us!

13
December
Let’s make our hospital circadian-friendly today!

Our CircadianCare project has been funded through the Stars Unipd schema – we can’t wait to get started!  

31
October
SleepRhythm UniPd – the University looks after the sleep of its students

The University of Padova has launched SleepRhythm UniPd, a big initiative to improve sleep quality in its students. Are you a UniPd student? We count on you – get started!  

28
October
SAVE THE DATE !

31 October 2019, at 14:00 Prof. Elisabeh Klerman (Massachusetts General Hospital&Harvard Medical School) will give a lecture on “TOO MUCH WAKE OR TOO LITTLE SLEEP? WHAT CAUSES THE EFFECTS OF CHRONIC SLEEP RESTRICTION ON PERFORMANCE?“ at the Department of Medicine (Piano 8 Policlinico, Aula A) – please join in!

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“