In 1961, a small group of researchers founded what eventually became the Sleep Research Society (SRS). Since then, membership has grown to all levels and disciplines in sleep and circadian science across the globe.
Regular outreach and coordination of the membership in reaching out to policy makers to engage, educate and promote support for sleep, sleep disorders, and circadian research and public health activities.
It is with a heavy heart that I accepted Dr. Martica Hall’s resignation as Director-at-Large for the current year and Secretary/Treasurer for the upcoming year. Dr. Hall’s positive attitude and insightful discussion will be sorely missed and I wish her well. According to our bylaws, the SRS Board of Directors is required to appoint a replacement Secretary/Treasurer for the 2021/2022 term. The Board has appointed Dr. Kristen Knutson to be Secretary/Treasurer for the next year. [...]