Circadian Physiology Symposium Post-mortem

This session explored circadian physiology in health and disease, looking at how our circadian rhythms are controlled and how they in turn control our physiology

Recorded Thursday 1 July 2010 (24 mins)

Did you miss the Circadian Physiology symposium (Cellular & Integrative Neuroscience) at Physiology 2010? This session explored circadian physiology in health and disease, looking at how our circadian rhythms are controlled and how they in turn control our physiology. Ever wondered why you’re a lark (morning person) or an owl (night person)? Or why the winter makes you blue? And are shift workers more at risk for health problems? Tune in to find out!

  • Greg Atkinson, Liverpool John Moores University
  • Phil Ainslie, University of British Columbia Okanagan
  • Russell Foster, University of Oxford
  • Michael Hastings, University of Cambridge
  • Nico Romeijn, Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience
  • Shawn Youngstedt, University of South Carolina

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