(15th European Chronobiology School)
Třešť Chateau, Czech Republic,  August 26 – September 2, 2023

Local organizers: Alena Sumova & Helena Illnerova
Advisory board: Till Roenneberg, Martha Merrow, Menno Gerkema

Intensive course for European PhD students. Program: Classes on basic principles, pacemaker models, genetics and physiology of clock mechanisms, entrainment, clock outputs, ecology and photoperiodism. Research lectures on the Euclock subprojects : entrainment in mice - entrainment in humans - entrainment in flies -  novel clock genes and  principles. Poster presentations by participants. Teachers will stay available during the school; program starts Saturday August 27, 9 h, and ends Friday September 2, 12h.

The number of participants will be limited, on a first-come first-served basis. A restricted number of places is reserved  for students form participating Eu-Clock institutions. However, admission is possible for all European PhD students who deal with chonobiological approaches in their study. In particular, students from Eastern European countries are encouraged to send an application.  Please register early! Fill and send the registration form (download here).

Travel: shuttle bus will be organised from Prague and/or Vienna
Approximately, school costs for participants , lodging and meals included,
will be Euro 300,- .

Applications:  Susanne Troppmann, EUCLOCK management  

Further informations: Menno Gerkema, [email protected]

More EUCLOCK summerschools Chronobiology to come:
2007 – Hungary;  2008-Estonia; 2009-Poland; 2010-Turkey.

Kick Off Meeting

The kick off meeting took place from Monday midday (16.01.2024) to Wednesday midday/afternoon (18.01.2024) at Frauenchiemsee near Munich(monastary Frauenwörth).