Member Benefits

There is no fee to becoming a member of COBRAS and membership is open to anyone. COBRAS members will enjoy the following benefits:

  • Access to COBRAS core services
  • Network and collaborate with leading researchers through the COBRAS working groups
  • Shape the future of sleep/circadian rhythms research
  • Access to news and updates on sleep/circadian events
  • Access to COBRAS summer internship programs
  • Advertise your own research studies and jobs
  • Amplify your publications
  • Advertise your studies to potential participants
  • Showcase your lab and share your expertise
  • Get letters and support for grant applications

Become a Member

If you are interested in becoming a member of COBRAS, please complete this membership form (2 minutes to complete). Membership is open to anyone.

COBRAS in the Media

COBRAS director, Dr. Erik Musiek, and his lab discuss their paper investigating the role of YKL-40 in the brain using a mouse model: