Neonatal Sleep Symposium- POSTPONED

11 Jun 2020

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Neonatal Sleep Symposium

Background

Chronobiology is a rapidly developing field with growing interest amongst intensivists. The role of sleep in the newborn is of

particular interest given the developmental changes which occur in sleep, the role sleep may play in the developmental

functional integrity of the brain and the consequences of prematurity and brain injury on sleep regulation.

Aim

The aim of the symposium is to bring together interested researchers across Europe to share and exchange ideas with the

aim of developing potential collaborations.

Structure & Venue

The symposium will consist of keynote talks and there will be an opportunity for researchers to present their original

research. There will be ample time for discussion and networking.

The meeting will take place at Trinity Hall, Cambridge on 11th June. 

Registration fee is £40 - includes refreshments and lunch for the day. 

Please be advised that your course fee is refundable for up to 14 days following your application. Thereafter course fees are non-refundable.

Course Administrator

Ibolya Olds
01223 348884

Course Location

The course takes place at:

Trinity Hall

01223 348884
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