National Institutes of Health Chronobiology Interest Group

Chronobiology Interest Group


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The Chronobiology Interest Group (ChronIG) was established in September, 2002, through a joint effort by the NIH and the Circadian Research Center, Uniform Services University of the Health Sciences (CRC-USUHS), to promote opportunities for collaboration and exchanges of information across Institutes and between intramural and extramural circadian biologists. Meeting are held monthly, with the location alternating between NIH and USUHS. The dates, times and locations will be announced on this site and by e-mail through the ChronIG-L listserv mailing list.  The group moderator is Steven Coon.



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