Organized by:

World Federation of Societies for Chronobiology (WFSC)
Chinese Society for Biological Rhythms (CSCB-CSBR)
Soochow University
Aschoff-Honma Foundation
National Institute of Biological Science
Chinese Sleep Research Society

International Program Advisory Committee:

Carolina Escobar (UCLM, Mexico)
Debra Skene (Surrey U, UK)
Diego Golombek (UNQ, Argentina)
Elizabeth B.Klerman (Harvard, USA)
Eric Zhang (NIBS, China)
Erik Herzog (Washington U, USA)
Eun Young Kim (Ajou U, Korea)
Fang Han (PKU International Hospital, China)
Han Wang (Soochow University, China)
John Hogenesch (CCHMC, USA)
Ken-ichi Honma (Hokkaido U, Japan)
Luis Larrondo (PUC CHI, Chile)
Maria Paz Hidalgo (HCPA, BRA)
Nicolas Cermakian (McGill U, Canada)
Phllis Zee (Northwestern, USA)
QingJun Meng (Manchester U, UK)
Satchin Panda (Salk Institute, USA)
Sato Honma (Hokkaido U, Japan)
Sheeba Vasu (JNCASR, India)
Till Roenneberg (U Munich, Germany)
Vinod Kumar (Delhi U, India)
Ying-hui Fu (UCSF, USA)
Ying Xu (Soochow University, China)
Yoshitaka Fukada (Tokyo U, Japan)

V World Congress of Chronobiology

Suzhou, China. April 25-27, 2019

      WCC is held by World Federation of Societies for Chronobiology (WFSC). The purpose of the Federation is to strive, in all countries, to promote education and the attainment of the highest level of knowledge and understanding in the field of chronobiology. Chinese Society for Biological Rhythms (CSCB-CSBR) will co-host this event with WFSC. CSCB-CSBR has a large scope of experts of around 100 groups in more than 40 institutes in China, from microorganisms, botany, animal science, physics and mathematics etc., with their contributions to scientific community but also by social influences. Our goal is to organize a scientifically vibrant meeting that advances our knowledge of biological rhythms by top presentations and by lively discussions. The over-arching theme of the conference will be “Chronobiology: Translation Opportunities and Challenges”


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