13 December 2017. Spinal cord injury affects the heart, that’s what research published in Experimental Physiology and carried out by researchers from...
Leading health charities, higher education organisations and science campaign groups today came together to tell government a post-Brexit immigration...
The Society is much saddened to hear of the death of Honorary Member John Coote, Bowman Professor of Physiology and Head of Department at the...
The 2017 Otto Hutter Prize was awarded to Louise Robson at the University of Sheffield for her innovative approach and commitment to teaching...
The David Jordan Teaching Awards are intended to support individuals that focus predominantly or exclusively on higher education teaching. Grants are...
30 November 2017. People born prematurely may have smaller airways than those born at full term, which can cause respiratory problems. That’s...
29 November 2017. Regularly eating breakfast affects our body fat cells by decreasing the activity of genes involved in fat metabolism and increasing...
We are saddened to report that Hans-Christoph Lüttgau died on 5th November at the age of 91. He was an eminent physiologist who has made lasting...
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...
Aimed at PhD students and postdocs, this event will cover routes to, and the benefits of research translation plus non-traditional career options...
16.00 – 17.00To register interest in attending, please email events@physoc.org. This lecture is the first of a series and will be repeated...
Purinergic signalling mediated by extracellular nucleotides and nucleosides is at the forefront of research on pathophysiology of obesity and the...
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