Annual Review Prize Lecture

The molecular mechanisms of signaling at chemical synapses - Eric Gouaux

IUPS 2013, Birmingham, UK, 25 July 2013

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Oxygen sensing in animals - Peter Ratcliffe

Physiology 2012, Edinburgh, UK, 4 July 2012. Ratcliffe PJ (2013) J Physiol 98, 2027–2042

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Inositide evolution – towards turtle domination? - Robin Irvine

King's College London, 19 December 2004. Irvine RF (2005) J Physiol 566, 295–300

 

Cytokines – killers in the brain? - Nancy Rothwell

1998 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Rothwell NJ (1999) J Physiol 514, 3–17

 

Voltage-gated and inwardly rectifying potassium channels - Lily Yeh Jan

1997 Annual Review Prize LectureJan LY & Jan YN (1997) J Physiol 505, 267–282

 

Elementary and global aspects of calcium signalling

1996 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Berridge MJ (1997) J Physiol 499, 291–306

 

Central nervous mechanisms contributing to cardiovascular control

1993 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Spyer KM (1994) J Physiol 474, 1–19

 

All hands to the sodium pump

1992 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Glynn IM (1993) J Physiol 462, 1–30

 

Stimulus-secretion coupling: cytoplasmic calcium signals and the control of ion channels in exocrine acinar cells

1991 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Petersen OH (1992) J Physiol 448, 1–51

 

What makes blood vessels grow?

1990 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Hudlicka O (1991) J Physiol 444, 1–24

 

From comparative physiology of respiration to several problems of environmental adaptations and to evolution

1988 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Dejours P (1989) J Physiol 410, 1–19

 

Capillary permeability and how it may change

1987 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Michel CC (1988) J Physiol 404, 1–29

 

The supraspinal control of mammalian locomotion

1986 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Armstrong DM (1988) J Physiol 405, 1–37

 

Studies on arterial chemoreceptors in man

1985 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Cunningham DJ (1987) J Physiol 384, 1–26

 

Experimental displacement of intracellular pH and the mechanism of its subsequent recovery

Liverpool,12 April 1984 (the footnote in the article gives the wrong year). Thomas RC (1984) J Physiol 354, 3P–22P

 

The surprising heart: a review of recent progress in cardiac electrophysiology - Dennis Noble

1983 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Noble D (1984) J Physiol 353, 1–50

 

The central control of fetal breathing and skeletal muscle movements -Dawes G S

1982 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Dawes GS (1984) J Physiol 346, 1–18

 

Central chemosensitivity and the reaction theory - Loeschcke HH

The Annual Review Prize Lecture of 1981 never delivered due to ill health. Loeschcke HH (1982) J Physiol 332, 1–24

 

Evolving views on the internal operation and functional role of the muscle spindle - Matthews PB

1980 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Matthews PB (1981) J Physiol 320, 1–30

 

Neurotransmitters and trophic factors in the autonomic nervous system - Burnstock G

1979 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Burnstock G (1981) J Physiol 313, 1–35

 

La Chaleur Animale and the infant brain - Cross KW

The Annual Review Prize Lecture of 1978 was delivered in 1979. Cross KW (1979) J Physiol 294, 1–21

 

Chance and design in electrophysiology: an informal account of certain experiments on nerve carried out between 1934 and 1952 - Hodgkin AL

1976 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Hodgkin AL (1976) J Physiol 263, 1–21

 

The blood–brain barrier - Davson H

1975 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Davson H (1976) J Physiol 255, 1–28

 

Muscular contraction - Huxley AF

1973 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Huxley AF (1974) J Physiol 243, 1–43

 

The cerebellum as a computer: patterns in space and time

1972 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Eccles JC (1973) J Physiol 229, 1–32

 

An enquiry into the nature of the mediator of the vasodilatation in skeletal muscle in exercise and during circulatory arrest - Barcroft H

1971 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Barcroft H (1972) J Physiol 222, 99P–118P

 

Pigments and signals in colour vision - Rushton WA

1970 Annual Review Prize Lecture. Rushton WA (1972) J Physiol 220, 1P–31P