UK Clock Club

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This event has been cancelled due to COVID-19 and will now take place on Friday 27th November via a virtual platform – details to follow.


The Piggins, Lightman and Hodge groups are pleased to be hosting the next UK Clock Club meeting here in Bristol in Spring 2020. Clock Club has a tradition of bringing together Chronobiological researchers from all across the UK to share the latest advances in the field, therefore everyone is welcome at this event to discuss all things clock related. Registration remains free due to the sponsorship contributions of our exhibitors and in addition to these, the meeting is being sponsored by the British Society for Neuroendocrinology. There will be a variety of talks from researchers throughout the day and plenty of opportunities for networking and poster presentations; prizes will be awarded for best poster – so do bring your work along to present! The plenary talk for this meeting will be given by Andries Kalsbeek of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience:


Registration for the meeting is via this online formPlease indicate on the form whether you will be bringing a poster or if you wish to be considered for an oral presentation.


Updates on the meeting will be circulated via this webpage and also the UK Clock Club mailing list, if you are a Circadian related researcher wishing to join this mailing list then please sign up via JiscMail.



Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building,

Queens Rd, Clifton


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