This is to remind you of our society’s BH Fellowship and of our annual Sponsors Award for outstanding clinical and basic sleep research.
DETAILS: http://swiss-sleep.ch/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/fellowship_26012015.pdf and http://swiss-sleep.ch/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Sponsors-Award-Guide_new-PF.pdf
–> DEADLINE: February 28, 2017
please find the detailed program of our annual Meeting: program
please send in your abstracts by MARCH 15, 2016!!
2016 ESRS Examination in Sleep Medicine pls. refer to the following links:
Application instructions and the online application can be found at www.esrs-examination.eu. Please be aware that the deadline to apply for 2016 examinations is 31 March 2016.
From now on you can register and submit your abstracts for the Joint annual Meeting 2016. Please find more information in the flyer.
our next year’s meeting takes place in Basel on April 28-29, 2016 together with the SLgE (Schweizerische Liga gegen Epilepsie)
The second Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) and Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on “Sleep Regulation & Function” will take place March 12-18, 2016 in Galveston, TX. After its very successful inaugural meeting in 2014, applications to attend the second are now open. Although the application deadline still seems far (February 14, 2016), applying early is a must because there is only a limited number of participants that can be accommodated. Please visit the GRC site for the program and online application (www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=16792 and 17227). Among the successful applications to either one of these two meetings by students and post-doc SSSSC members, three travel grants (1000 CHF each) will be awarded according to scientific merit of the submitted abstracts.
Please send your GRC acceptance notification and the submitted abstract to the SSSSC (Béatrice Beatrice.Anderlohr@upkbs.ch) if you like to compete for this travel award. Please be aware that after GRC acceptance you still need to register.
was granted to
Sebastian C. Holst, PhD, Zürich
to support his project
“Genetic and molecular underpinnings of human sleep need”
Ines Wilhelm, Zürich (basic sleep research)
Salomé Kurth, Maya Ringli, Anne-Laure Mouthon, Andreas Buchmann, Anja Geiger, Oskar G. Jenni, Reto Huber
“Sleep Slow-Wave Activity Reveals Developmental Changes in Experience-Dependent Plasticity”. The Journal of Neuroscience, September 10, 2014 . 34(37):12568-12575“
David R. Schreier, Bern (clinical sleep research)
Corinne Roth, Johannes Mathis
“Subjective perception of sleepiness in a driving simulator is different from perception in the maintenance of wakefulness test“. Sleep Medicine, in press
Examination of the Certification in Sleep Medicine