Emerging evidence supports complex relationships between aging, sleep and circadian rhythm, and Alzheimer’s disease progression. This residential workshop will teach the fundamentals, as well as cutting-edge genetics and genomics approaches in these fields. This interdisciplinary workshop will have will foster student-teacher interactions for future collaborations and advances.
Stay up-to-date on current practices by attending this 3.5 day, in-person conference.
This course will feature:
- Morning seminars to introduce the fundamentals of sleep/circadian biology in Alzheimer’s disease, and advanced computational approaches in genetics and genomics
- Hands-on afternoon workshops focusing on ‘omics’ analyses, career development, grantsmanship, ethics and more!
- Breaks and evening discussions for networking
- Poster session
Perfect for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior and senior investigators!