“Changing perspectives on daylight: Science, technology, and culture” – a publication of the Daylight Academy

The first publication of the Daylight Academy gives a non-exhaustive overview of the variety of topics that unite scientist and professionals working on daylight. The publication highlights the state of the art as well as future perspectives ahead of us.
The […]

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2017 awarded to chronobiologists

Chronobiologists Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael W. Young jointly receive Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2017 “for their discoveries of molecular mechanisms controlling the circadian rhythm”.
Members of our lab appeared in press commenting on this […]

1st Basel Symposium on Circadian Rhythm Disorders

When the (biological) clock ticks out of time. 1st Basel Symposium on Circadian Rhythm Disorders will take place on Thursday, October 5, 2017, 14:00-17:30 in Hotel Rochat, Basel. Please register to participate.

Projekt «Caffeine-induced effects on sleep, cognitive performance, and underlying cerebral correlates during adolescence» erhält MHV-Beitrag

Dr. Carolin Reichert hat mit ihrem Projekt einen angesehenen Marie-Heim Vögtlin-Beitrag (MHV-Beitrag) beim Schweizerischen Nationalfonds (SNF) eingeworben.
Die MHV-Beiträge richten sich an Doktorandinnen und Postdoktorandinnen in der Schweiz, welche ihre Forschungstätigkeit aufgrund ihrer familiären Situation unterbrechen oder reduzieren mussten. […]

Neue multizentrische Studie über die Rolle von Schlaf und Lichttherapie bei perinataler Depression

Das Zentrum für Chronobiologie der UPK nimmt an einer neuen multizentrischen Studie über Schlaf und Depression in der perinatalen Zeit teil. Die perinatale Depression ist eine häufige und schwere Komplikation in der Schwangerschaft, welche ca. jede 10. Frau vor und […]

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SNF MHV Grant for Dr. Ruta Lasauskaite

Dr. Ruta Lasauskaite has been awarded by a prestigious Marie-Heim Vögtlin (MHV) grant from the Swiss National Foundation for her project entitled «Lighting and effort-related cardiovascular response». Ruta will soon start her project at the Centre for Chronobiology and we […]

Dr. Virginie Gabel receives Young Investigator Award

Dr. Virginie Gabel received the Young Investigator Award from the Society for Light Treatment & Biological Rhythms (SLTBR). She could present her work at the yearly meeting on 27.06.2015 in San Diego.
Toutes nos félicitations, Virginie!