Members' History: Features and interviews

These features and interviews are listed in alphabetical order by subject.

You may also be interested in the Oral History Project interviews.

B

Feature: Henry Barcroft
Roddie IC (2006)
Physiol News 63, 42

Feature: Henry Barcroft, FRS: 90 years
Greenfiled D (1994)
Phys Soc Mag 16, 17

Interview: Michael Berridge interviewed by Austin Elliot
Thinking the thoughts of a cell
Elliott A (2009)
Physiol News 75, 34–36

Interview: Tim Biscoe interviewed by June Morris
Phys Soc Mag Jan 1993, 9–10

Feature: G. Burnstock – Living History: A moment of excitement
Burnstock G (2004)
Physiol News 56, 7–9

C

Interview: Bill Caterall interviewed by Angus Brown
Understanding ion channels and their role in brain disorders
Brown A (2009)
Physiol News
77, 15–18

D

Feature: Hugh Davson Memorial Concert
Segal M (1997)
Phys Soc Mag 26, 5

E

Feature: Bob Edwards – 2010 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine
Gardner R (2011)
Physiol News 82, 18–22

Feature: Gerald Elliott – Living History: X-rays, twitching muscles, and burning anodes
Elliott G (2007)
Physiol News 67, 6–10

H

Interview: Bertil Hille interviewed by Angus Brown
What makes ion channels tick: a penetrating interview with Bertil Hille
Brown A (2010)
Physiol News 81, 13–16

Hill AV (1974)

Feature: Chance and design in electrophysiology: an informal account of certain experiments on nerve carried out between 1934 and 1952
Hodgkin AL (1976)
J Physiol 263, 1–21

Feature: Chance and design in electrophysiology
Hodgkin A (1997)
Phys Soc Mag 27, 13–15

Feature: How the squid giant axon came to Plymouth
Tansey EM (1997)
Phys Soc Mag 27, 6–7

Feature: It wasn't all work – Plymouth in the 1930's
Tansey EM (1997)
Phys Soc Mag 27, 10–12

Feature: A celebration of the 50th anniversary of David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel's Receptive fields of single neurones in the cat's striate cortex
Robertson B (2009)
J Physiol 587, 2721–2732

Feature: An introduction to the work of David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel
Kandel ER (2009)
J Physiol 587, 2733–2741

Feature: Expressions of gratitude to The Journal of Physiology, to our colleagues and students, and to the fates that placed us in such a great time to be scientists
Hubel D (2009)
J Physiol 587, 2855

Feature: Sir Andrew Huxley at 90
Elliott G (2008)
Physiol News 70, 37–38

Photograph of Sir Andrew Huxley aged 94 with the Nobel medal and Brunsviga machine

Feature: My first visit to the MBA
Huxley A (1997)
Phys Soc Mag 27, 8–9

K

Interview: Eric Kandel interviewed by Brian Robertson
Robertson B (2010)
J Physiol 588, 743–754

Feature: Bernard Katz
Burke L (2007)
Physiol News 66, 39

Feature: Bernard Katz, quantal transmitter release and the foundations of presynaptic physiology
Augustine GJ & Kasai H (2007)
J Physiol 578, 623–625

Feature: W. Keatinge – Living History: Researching unexpected hazards of cold and heat
Keatinge W (2007)
Physiol News 68, 9–11

Feature: R. D. Keynes (1913–2010): the legacy from two papers
Boyd RD (2011)
Physiol News 82, 24–25

L

Feature: H. C. Lüttgau – Traces of the past
Without a visa and with a pocket full of one pound notes
Lüttgau HC (1998)
Phys Soc Mag 32, 25–26

M

Feature: C. C. Michel – Living History: Starting to work on single capillaries
Michel CC (2010)
Physiol News 81, 13–16

N

Feature: Denis Noble – Living History: A journey in physiology
Noble D (2011)
Physiol News 85, 11–14

Feature: How the Hodgkin–Huxley equations inspired the Cardiac Physiome Project
Noble D, Garny A & Noble PJ (2012)
J Physiol 590, 2613–2628

Feature: Delayed-rectifier potassium currents and the control of cardiac repolarization: Noble and Tsien 40 years after
Nattel S (2008)
J Physiol 586, 5849–5852

R

Interview: Bruce Ransom interviewed by Angus Brown
All things glial
Brown A (2009)
Physiol News 72, 10–13

S

Feature: S. Salmons – Living History: The case of the misbehaving circuit
Salmons S (2005)
Physiol News 58, 9–10

T

Feature: R. C. Thomas – Living History: How I came to probe intracellular pH and realised it can be interesting
Thomas RC (2005)
Physiol News 60, 5–8

Interview: Roger Tsien interviewed by Ian Forsythe and Brian Robertson
Physiol News85, 9–10

Feature: Delayed-rectifier potassium currents and the control of cardiac repolarization: Noble and Tsien 40 years after
Nattel S (2008)
J Physiol 586, 5849–5852

V

Feature: 'Second messengers' of glucocorticoid action
Flower R (2006)
Physiol News 64, 7–9

W

Feature: H. de Wardener – Living History: My own subject
de Wardener H (2006)
Physiol News 63, 7–10

Feature: Wilfred F. Widdas – Model scientist
Naftalin R (1996)
Phys Soc Mag 24, 18–19

Feature: W. F. Widdas – Living History: The surface energy of water from 1908
Widdas W (2006)
Physiol News 65, 7–10

Feature: J. Widdicombe – Living History: It was the cold that carried him off
Widdicombe J (2011)
Physiol News 84, 7–10

Feature: A celebration of the 50th anniversary of David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel's Receptive fields of single neurones in the cat's striate cortex
Robertson B (2009)
J Physiol 587, 2721–2732

Feature: An introduction to the work of David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel
Kandel ER (2009)
J Physiol 587, 2733–2741