SRS exclusive member benefits include publications, educational resources, conference discounts, member directory, grant scholarship and award opportunities and much more!
You can renew your membership 3 different ways:
- Online by logging in to your SRS membership account
- Over the phone by calling 630-737-9702
- Mailing or emailing your renewal form to the SRS
While most of our members enter as “Regular Membership,” SRS offers custom options for Trainee/Student Members, Emeritus Members and Associate Members. View our membership categories to find out which one is right for you.
Seek out training positions or collaborate with other sleep researchers using the online directory of sleep research laboratories in the United States and abroad.
SRS members have access to our exclusive membership directory connecting scientists and students who share an interest in sleep research. In addition, the SRS organizes events such as Club Hypnos during the annual SLEEP meeting to bring members together for an evening of conversation and networking.
SRS PubAlert is a member only benefit that sends a biweekly email to members listing the most recently published journal articles based on keywords selected. The email contains links to each resulting article, eliminating the need to log into your member account to see an article. SRS PubAlert currently searches 138 journals and counting. SRS members can also request journals to be added if they are not yet on the list.
Yes, the SRS Trainee Symposia Series, Trainee Networking Development Suite and the SLEEP Meeting Mentor/Mentee Program offer mentorship opportunities at the annual SLEEP meeting.
Yes, the SRS partners with the Sleep Research Society Foundation and other organizations to offer over 10 opportunities for SRS grants/awards.
SRS offers a variety of trainee opportunities to advance careers of our members. The Virtual Seminar Series, Trainee Journal Club, and SLEEP Advances Trainee Support Initiative are ongoing opportunities while many other programs are available throughout the year.
The Sleep Research Society Foundation funds early-career investigators through their programs: career development award, mentor/mentee award and travel awards