APS statement after Manchester attack

The Society is grateful for the support shown by the American Physiological Society in the following statement after the attack in Manchester.


May 26, 2017

Dr David Eisner,
President, The Physiological Society

Ms Dariel Burdass
Chief Executive, The Physiological Society

To our colleagues at The Physiological Society:

APS members are deeply saddened by the tragic and senseless loss of life that resulted from the bombing of a concert in Manchester. We want to extend our sympathy to the members of The Physiological Society, especially those who work or have family members in the greater Manchester area.TPS and APS have a close working relationship to promote physiology. We stand with you during this very difficult time.

Sincerely yours,

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Dennis Brown, Ph.D.
President, The American Physiological Society

Jane F. Reckelhoff, Ph.D.
Past-President, The American Physiological Society

Jeff M. Sands, M.D.
President-elect, The American Physiological Society

Martin Frank, Ph.D.
Executive director, The American Physiological Society