A New PhD position is available within the INsecTIME network.
We offer 1 PhD studentship with a highly competitive salary and we welcome applications from flexible and highly motivated students who wish to carry out their PhD at theUniversity of Kracow in Poland under the supervision of Prof E Pyza on the following topic:
Interactions between the fly visual and circadian systems
Read more about the topic here
If you wish to apply please send us your CV and 3 referee contacts to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for the registration to the International Chronobiology School is May 15, 2013. Find out more here!
The dates for our Kick off meeting have finally been decided.
It will be held in the CNRS facilities at Gif-Sur-Yvette (Paris), from November 10th to November 17th.
In the first two days organization and administrative issues will be addressed, and students will have the possibility to meet their colleagues, elect their representatives, and meet their Supervisory committee.
An intensive ‘Comparative clocks’ chronobiology course will follow, together with a ‘Science management‘ commercial course.
Watch this space for a more detailed program.
INsecTIME went social! We now have a Facebook page.
Give us a like to be the first one to know what is going on within the consortium and to have a fast way to get in touch with your fellow researchers.
The Clock meetings session of the website has been updated!
Contact us for more information or to let us know about meetings and conferences.
The forum is up and running!
Please let me know if you want me to include more sessions.
Do not be shy and start posting!
as you can see the website is still under construction.
Nevertheless I would highly appreciate your feedback:
Is there anything you would like in the website which does not have an allocated section yet?
Is there something which is not clear/confusing?
Would you like to change anything (in your or your project description)?
Please let me know, all your suggestions are really welcome!
After all the website is for YOU and it should be tailored around your needs!
The UK Circadian CLOCK CLUB runs a twice-yearly one day workshop on biological rhythms.
It is an occasion for students, postdocs and PIs to present their work giving short talks or poster presentations. It is a fairly informal meeting and a great networking opportunity.
It is mainly addressed to UK groups but it welcomes everyone.
The next Clock Club meeting will be held in Cambridge on Tuesday 28th May.
See the details here: Clock Club May 2013.
The XIII EBRS Congress will be held in Munich, Germany, 18-22 August 2013
Information about the meeting can be found at this link.
Welcome all to the website!
It is still far from being completed but please share your ideas and suggestions here!
I would like it to be a resourceful and lively platform, not only for you to gather bureaucratic and scientific information, but also to strengthen the network, to create a strong and long lasting bond between all the INsecTIME partners!
Looking forward to meeting you all in person at the Kick Off meeting in Paris!