We would like to thank everyone who made TRF1 a phenomenal success –
including each and every one of the 271 registered particiants, all
symposium organizers, sponsors, student helpers from Strasbourg, and
the local organizers – Anne Giersch and Jenny Coull!
Thank you also to everyone who shared tweets, photos, and updates from
the conference and engaged with the wider scientific community.
(1) TRF1 PHOTOS
We’ve created a shared folder to upload any photos that were taken
during the conference – http://bit.ly/2zpTZmu.
(2) TRF1 SURVEY
We will be sending a Feedback survey soon. This is an opportunity to
express your thoughts about this meeting and have a say about the
organization of future conferences and new initiatives by TRF.
(3) TRF1 SUBMISSIONS ON OSF
A reminder for everyone to upload their TRF1 presentations at TRF’s
Open Science Foundation site – http://osf.io/view/trf2017/. We would
like everyone to help the timing field move forward by embracing open
science and openly sharing your work. This will only work if everyone
contributes to it, and not just a select few!
(4) TRF EARLY CAREER RESEARCHER COMMITTEE
Interested graduate students and postdoctoral researchers are invited
to apply to join the TRF Early Career Research Committee. Email
firstname.lastname@example.org with a statement of interest and how you would
like to contribute to TRF and proposals of how you would promote
timing research and early career researchers. Deadline: November 30,
TRF2 will be organized at the Institute of Neurobiology, Universidad
Nacional Autonoma de Mexico by Hugo Merchant and colleagues. The
timing of the conference (either 2018 or 2019) will be confirmed
following your responses to the feedback survey. We, therefore, urge
everyone to participate in the survey.
(6) BLOG YOUR TRF1 EXPERIENCE
We would like to invite all participants to share a blog about their
experience of TRF1. Email your blogs to email@example.com.
With best wishes,
Sundeep & Argie