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Sleep in Drosophila

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Sleep in Drosophila

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November 17 - 20, 2019
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The genetic tractability and expansive circuit mapping toolkit of Drosophila provide an ideal model system for studying sleep and other complex behaviors. Fly sleep has been shown to follow a circadian pattern and display many of the fundamental features of mammalian sleep, including homeostatic control. Over the last decade, many cellular and molecular components controlling Drosophila sleep regulation and function have been described. This small conference will bring together experts in the field to discuss the latest advances toward a comprehensive mechanistic understanding of fly sleep. For perspective, we will also include special talks on sleep behavior in various other model systems.

Application deadline: June 28, 2019 (11:59 p.m. ET)

 

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Organizers

Gerry Rubin, Janelia Research Campus/HHMI
Amita Sehgal, HHMI/University of Pennsylvania                                                                                  

Invited Participants

Ravi Allada, Northwestern University    
Daniel Cavanaugh, Loyola University Chicago    
Chiara Cirelli, University of Wisconsin - Madison   
Jeffrey Donlea, University of California, Los Angeles    
Giorgio Gilestro, Imperial College London    
Leslie Griffith, Brandeis University    
Susan Harbison, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute/NIH    
Anne Hart, Brown University    
Charlotte Helfrich-Forster, University of Wurzburg    
James Jepson, Universty College London    
William Joiner, University of California, San Diego    
Matthew Kayser, University of Pennsylvania    
Alex Keene, Florida Atlantic University    
Kyunghee Koh, Thomas Jefferson University    
Luis de Lecea , Stanford University    
Gero Miesenboeck, University of Oxford    
David Prober, California Institute of Technology 
Elzbieta Pyza, Jagiellonian University    
Yi Rao, Peking University    
Dragana Rogulja, Harvard Medical School    
Michael Rosbash, HHMI/Brandeis University    
Richa Saxena, Harvard Medical School    
Orie Shafer, University of Michigan    
Paul Shaw, Washington University in St. Louis 
Mimi Shirasu-Hiza, Colunbia University      
Divya Sitaraman, University of San Diego    
Nicholas Stavropoulos, NYU School of Medicine    
Paul Taghert, Washington University School of Medicine    
Bruno Van Swinderen, University of Queensland    
Mark Wu, Johns Hopkins University    
Michael Young, The Rockefeller University