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Submit Your GI Circadian Rhythm Research by March 1

Feb. 17, 2016

Organizers of Circadian Rhythm in GI Health and Diseases are now accepting abstracts for the 2016 conference in May.

Researchers in the field of GI circadian health are invited to submit an abstract for the upcoming Circadian Rhythms in GI Health and Diseases conference. The conference runs May 5 through 6, 2016, in Chicago, IL. Abstracts are due by March 1, 2016.

Led by the world's leading investigators, Circadian Rhythms in GI will examine the emerging role of circadian dysrhythmia in pathologies related to the digestive system. The conference provides a unique forum for the development of multi-disciplinary collaboration among established research teams and helps promote the involvement of young investigators in the field.

A limited number of travel scholarships, supported by NIH-R13, are available for young investigators.These include up to $1,000 for national applicants and $1,400 for international applicants. Women, minorities and those with disabilities are encouraged to apply for travel scholarship and will be given high priority for the scholarship. 

To learn more about submitting an abstract, visit the conference website

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