08 November 2017. Eating during the night is associated with higher risk of heart disease and diabetes, and the body’s 24-hour cycle is to blame,...
STEM for Britain is always a fantastic opportunity for early-career researchers to communicate their science to a unique and interesting audience. It...
02 November 2017. Babies born late preterm at 35 weeks are at a higher risk of cardiovascular disease in adult life than those born at full term,...
01 November 2017. Massage could increase the regrowth of muscle after muscle loss, according to new research published in The Journal of...
The Society is recruiting for a new role as part of the Professional Development and Engagement team. The Engagement and Impact Officer will be...
We are delighted to announce the Public Choice, Physiologist’s Choice and Baker’s Choice winners of The Physiological Society’s Biology Week...
We extend a warm welcome for all physiologists to meet with the 150 people that have registered to attend so far, and engage in the 90 general...
At this symposium, abstracts will be presented in two ways:Oral communicationTo last no longer than 15 minutes, including questions.Not more than six...
This symposium focuses on amino acid metabolism and transport, particularly in skeletal muscle but also in the liver, in health, exercise and disease...
Physical inactivity is associated with loss of muscle mass and function, increased adiposity and insulin resistance and is a key risk factor for...
We experience the world through our senses. Our eyes and ears have evolved to such a level of sophistication and specialisation that it is easy to...
We extend a warm welcome for all physiologists to meet with the 150 people that have registered to attend so far, and engage in the 90 general...
13 December 2017
Faculty of Science, University of Bath
31 December 2017
University of Bath
04 December 2017
University of Strathclyde
04 December 2017