Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology (SRN)
Atul Malhotra, MDAssembly Chair
Welcome to the website of the Assembly on Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology (SRN). Our Assembly focuses on clinical and research questions associated with Sleep, sleep apnea and hypoventilation, respiratory sensation and the control of breathing. We aim to translate this knowledge into prevention of disease, improved diagnosis, treatment and patient outcomes.
SRN has a diversity of members from both adult and developmental/pediatric spheres, including individuals with a primary clinical focus, researchers and educators. The ATS leadership is committed to sleep and actively supports our activities to make sleep one of the three pillars of the society.
As an ATS member you can choose the Sleep Assembly as your primary assembly, or as a secondary assembly using the application form.
We welcome and actively support trainees, new fellows and investigators nationally and internationally. Young Investigators can also apply for the JAMES B SKATRUD NEW INVESTIGATOR AWARD.
Also check out our SLEEP FRAGMENTS on the education pages and our JOURNAL WATCH.
The SRN Assembly has four standing committees
- The Planning Committee is the driving force of the SRN Assembly, and is responsible for setting the long-term strategy of our Assembly. It is the place where members can have an input to future projects and activities.
- The International Program Committee is responsible for organising the SRN program within the International Conference.
- The Nominating Committee is responsible for nominating candidates for election to an official position within the SRN Assembly.
- The Executive Committee provides oversight for all SRN Assembly functions; it convenes once a month to discuss important and urgent issues relevant to the Assembly.
Do you have any Comments, Ideas, Suggestions or Questions for the SRN?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you at our Assembly meeting.